Pat Smiley and I thank you for your support of our Memorial Day fundraiser and efforts to promote his and Richard Johnson’s book, “Frankford Heroes, 2nd Edition”! If you’ve been busy or just didn’t quite get to ordering their book, you can still do so and we will still honor our pledge of 20% of book sales to be split between St. Mark’s Church and the Catholic Daughters’ Matthew 25 Food Cupboard. You will still get the ebook edition, too, for free. This effort will officially end on Friday, June 5. Here’s the link for you to use – https://frankfordgazette.com/books-for-sale/
We have mailed the books to those who ordered and have mailed the donations to St. Mark’s Church and Court St. Francis de Sales #2617 CDA. Every little bit helps!!!
For all of you who have purchased the book since it was available last fall, please check your email as Bob Smiley has emailed you a link to the ebook. Please check your email and let us know if you did not receive one and had purchased a book. We do our utmost to insure our records are accurate but… We hope you enjoy this ebook version, too. If you would like to share your comments about the book and allow us to use them as testimonials, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
We would appreciate hearing what you think of the book!! Thank you again for your purchase and we look forward to sharing more publications with you that pique your interest. Stay well!
“All is not lost”, said the grandfather to the granddaughter. keep your head up, and keep doing what you doing, cuz all is not lost.
Stay true to yourself, stay safe, and stay at home. Because when the dust settles victory will be ours.
One day I will be able to hold you, and wipe away those tears. No demons nor virus can keep me away but so long, and knowing that nothing can separate us from the word of God, as we walk through this valley of death we will feel no evil, leaning on the word of God.
These are the last words he said to his granddaughter, “stay true to yourself, stay safe, and stay at home”. Then he laid down, before he closed his eyes he turned and said, “all is not lost see you on the other side”.