31 Days of Amish

31 Lessons from my Amish Family | lydiaglick.com

This is my first year to take up the Nester’s challenge of writing on one topic for 31 days during the month of October. My blog is named Lydia Glick in honor my two Amish grandmothers, and I am simply delighted to have an excuse to share my love of the beautiful Amish-Mennonite heritage I’ve been given, here in “31 Days of Lessons From My Amish Family”.

There are two reasons I chose this topic. First, there are things I want to be sure my children know about their family’s rich history, why it’s important, and how it applies to them today. Next, as my blog name is named for my grandmothers, I believe it’s high time for me to give them a proper tribute here! I have some wonderful memories and many applicable life skills and lessons I’ve been given by my Amish family, and sharing them here will be a great personal adventure in writing. Lifestyle, Culture, Traditions, Community, History, Stories, Cooking – and a few more surprises along the way.

Thank you for joining me here, on my “#write31days” journey!

~ Justina Dee


3 thoughts on “31 Days of Amish

    • Thank you so much for visiting my blog, Aunt Orpha! I’m enjoying this writing adventure which Katie inspired me to do. So happy you’re following along, I appreciate it!

  1. I saw a recipe for roasted acorn squash that looks like something I might try making. My granddaughter and I were just discussing how to prepare acorn squash . I look forward to reading your posts.

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