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Reflections of a Wyoming Shepherd on the 23rd Psalm

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Length: 208 pages4 hours

Summary

The Great War was over and families were reunited. The McClaflin family began life afresh on a homestead in the northern plains of Wyoming, clearing off sagebrush and tilling virgin soil. Childhood memories of caring for orphan lambs have made an indelible imprint on the stories that have been penned to the pages of this beloved story of courage and endurance. The author’s lifelong journey of walking with the Heavenly Shepherd of the 23rd Psalm is the spark that kindles the flame of compassion and caring the reader will experience from the stories of family and the love of life.The death of a parent is a common experience, until that season of life is within your family. Layer upon layer, circumstances of life hopefully will mold us into persons with a lot of horse sense, better known in today’s society as common sense, and equip us with a great deal of integrity to pass on to future generations. Or we can choose to live a life of despair, and each of us makes that choice. Colliding with a huge snowplow in a brutal storm in the middle of Shirley Basin in the desolate parts of Wyoming would forever change the life of this author. The peace and calm of knowing the protection of the Heavenly Shepherd, depicted in the 23rd Psalm, while waiting for an ambulance coming from a long distance has given the promise of hope and a future. Sunrises and sunsets would forever take on a brighter hue, thus allowing Patricia the desire and ability to pen much-loved stories of family, friends, and the Heavenly Shepherd found in this novel.

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