Don’t you just love Amish Country scenery?
I love the peacefulness of the quiet countryside and enjoy seeing the landscape littered with buggies, white clapboard houses, barns, livestock, and Amish children playing. Every year I adorn the wall in my office with an Amish calendar so I can enjoy the scenery all year long.
I have a friend, Jim Fisher who still lives near the community I grew up near in Pennsylvania who shares his photographs with me so I can create an Amish calendar each year.
This year to say thanks for all my readers that follow me on Facebook and on my blog I am giving away one of my calendars for FREE.
All you have to do is:
Hop over to my Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/theamishlifestyle/ (I’d love it if you’d give my page a LIKE! )
Find the post about the giveaway (which is pinned to the top of the page) and make a comment and share it with all of your friends.
From there I will pick a winner on December 15th to get one of these beautiful calendars for free. Who knows maybe I’ll even pick a few names to win!
If you know someone that might enjoy this as a Christmas present, you can order one on my website HERE.
Merry Christmas from The Amish Lifestyle, Tracy Fredrychowski
Tracy Fredrychowski is a country girl, author, homesteader and everything simple living. She has a passion for writing about the simpler side of life, much like the life she lived growing up in rural Pennsylvania.
Her life has always been intertwined with the Amish, and it’s only fitting that she has a genuine passion for their simplicity, sense of community and God-centered lives.
Growing up in Northwest Pennsylvania she spent her childhood immersed deep in Amish Country. The clip-clop of horse and buggy woke her each morning as Amish men drove past her childhood home on their way to work. As a young woman, she was traumatized by an Amish murder that involved a family member and changed her life forever.
Even though she currently lives in South Carolina her travels take her through Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, and Wisconsin’s Amish Country every year. During those stops, she researches the communities she visits and prides herself on writing Amish fiction that truly represents the Amish culture. She considers herself very fortunate to have made friends in those communities and values the information they share and wants nothing more than to represent their lifestyle as accurately as possible.