This week, Levi and Leroy took over Litfuse’s Instagram account to celebrate the release of Anna’s Crossing. Keep reading to follow their adventures!
So many places to see! How to decide…
Levi and Leroy like to start their day off right … coffee and croissants. (Which can be a little challenging without a mouth.)
Vicious guard dogs are slowing down Levi and Leroy’s big day of adventure.
Such high hopes! But… apparently, you need photo ID to fly. Difficult when one is missing a face.
Who invited this guy?
Spring is springing!
Oh no! Think, boys. Think!
It seemed like a good idea at the time…
Road trip! Passing through Texas.
Levi and Leroy say they like Texas … but keep getting tangled up in tumbleweeds. Ouch!
Texas BBQ! Now we’re talking…
Home again! Time for a good book before bedtime.
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Aww! So cute!
I once bought an Amish doll with no face. Not sure where it is now. If I recall rightly it seems to me our granddaughter painted a face on her using my makeup. Of coarse that was years ago as my granddaughter turned 23 on the third of March.
Anyhow I wish you all the success in your new release of Annas Crossing. As I said before it is a one of a kind. Will this be a stand alone novel or will it be part of a series.
Thank you, Shirley! Laughing about your granddaughter’s painting job…I can see my little two-year-old granddaughter doing the same thing! And thank you for your kind words about “Anna’s Crossing.” At this point, it’s a stand alone. Warmly, Suzanne
Hello Suzanne. I really loved the boy’s trip. Glad they liked Texas. I do too. I wish yjey would bring you here to the Houston area so I could meet you. Would love to have some of these dolls, but quit sewing a long time ago. Now bad shoulders have joined the back and neck problems that ended my sewing. Hope to read this book someday. It sounds very, very interesting. Makes me wonder if any of my Ancestors died on the way to America. Maxie
Hi Maxie! Did I ever tell you I used to live in Houston? Just for a few years, when my husband’s work transferred us there. If I ever get back, I hope we can meet, face to face. Warmly, Suzanne