This is a continuation of Agnes Sligh Turnbull's short story When Queens Ride By, first published in 1932. You are reading the diary of Jennie Musgrave and her journey back to the heart of her home. Jennie is a farm wife living in the 1940's in rural Massachusetts. Her diary chronicles her account of returning to the role God made especially for her, that of help-meet to her husband and loving mother. It is my sincere wish this diary bless you. ~Suzanne

Sunday, June 30, 2013

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  1. You are a gifted writer. Thanks for sharing the diary posts. When Queens Ride By is one of my favorite short stories. Hope you will write some more.

  2. Is there going to be anymore? Would love for it to continue.

  3. Your writing is wonderful. In your description, though, please note that the original was not published in 1888. Agnes Turnbull was born in 1888, and the story was published in the 1930s about a 1920s farm. :)

    1. thanks for the correction, Jillian!


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