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I am a retired teacher, the author of Gold Fish and Silver Kisses which is a book of childrens' sermons/devotionals written under my real name Linda Carol Masters, the author of The Wicked Place, a suspense novel, written under my pen name Zaner Grace, a stained glass artist, a rancher, and I collect gargoyles. I raise llamas on my ranch, La La Land. My love of fiber and art generated my desire to create art batts and yarn and find an outlet for the fiber produced by my llamas and alpaca. I also raise peacocks and chickens, have a horse, a mini Jesus donkey, and a dog. All of my animals have Biblical names. I have been married to the love of my life since 1978, have a wonderful son and daughter-in-law, and 2 precious granddaughters, one with the same name as me. La La Land really does exist!

P.S. A gargoyle is a carved stone grotesque often designed to shed water from a roof…

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  • Born on April 20
  • Joined October 16, 2010

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plant and animal fiber, stained glass, fabric, trim, gemstones, gold, silver, wood, marble, and gargoyles made out of anything

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About

I am a retired teacher, the author of Gold Fish and Silver Kisses which is a book of childrens' sermons/devotionals written under my real name Linda Carol Masters, the author of The Wicked Place, a suspense novel, written under my pen name Zaner Grace, a stained glass artist, a rancher, and I collect gargoyles. I raise llamas on my ranch, La La Land. My love of fiber and art generated my desire to create art batts and yarn and find an outlet for the fiber produced by my llamas and alpaca. I also raise peacocks and chickens, have a horse, a mini Jesus donkey, and a dog. All of my animals have Biblical names. I have been married to the love of my life since 1978, have a wonderful son and daughter-in-law, and 2 precious granddaughters, one with the same name as me. La La Land really does exist!

P.S. A gargoyle is a carved stone grotesque often designed to shed water from a roof and away from a building to prevent water from running down walls and eroding mortar. They were put on churches and the most grand cathedrals in the world to convey the message that evil is kept outside the church, to ward off evil, and to protect the church from evil spirits. Don't be afraid to appreciate the artistry in gargoyles:)

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