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Traffic Jam #312




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These are the featured posts from Traffic Jam Weekend Link Party #311



Tracy chose CHOCOLATE MARBLE QUICK BREAD RECIPE from Treat and Trick. “Saving this for when I need a quick dessert or bread to take as a gift. A simple recipe!”




Hazlo chose Write 28 Days with Ease from Seeking Serenity and Harmony. When I saw this post by Laurie participating in the Write 28 days challenge with word prompt ‘EASE,’ I remembered the Benjamite, Ehud son of Gera, a left-handed man who freed the Israelites from an 18-year reign of Moabites under King Eglon. It is the only place recorded in the entire scriptures that, ‘the land had peace and rest for eighty years!’ Read the whole encounter in Bible recordings, the book of Judges Chapter 3.

80 years of peace then was incomprehensible, just like ‘ease’ is today for us all, especially with all the tension of the looming war by Russia, let alone Covid-19 inconveniences, now turned to variant Omicron, and insidious financial crisis. Will we ever be at ease in our lives and businesses – ever again?”



Michelle chose Creating a Secret Bookcase Door to a Fantasy Castle Room | Dark Academia Comes to Life from The Storyteller’s Cottage.”This secret room is such a totally awesome idea, and I love to see that it was created in what started as a totally ordinary room. I LOVE it!”



The post with the most views was Fictional Feasts: How to Make Story-Themed Food | Creating Fantasy Menus Inspired by Books from The Storyteller’s Cottage.



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