Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Does anyone want to take over I am no longer doing it for personal reasons. I would like to offer it to the ladies who did it with me, to see if one of them would like to take over the managing of the website? I can no longer do it.

If you are interested in becoming the new face of Mayden Fair, please contact me at: celticmaydenatgmaildotcom. Please note that I am willing to let you buy it if you want it, or just take over the managing of it. Your choice. I am finished with the project.

Thank you ladies for being a part of my life. I hope that the new administrators will be just as pleased to have you as I will.

Laura Hines, Administrator.

Friday, July 8, 2011

Sound of Music Patterns

Hey this is a really good website! I highly recommend it! Here is the link for the Baroness Schraeder ballgown.

 Baroness Schraeder

Thursday, September 3, 2009

New News!

Dearest Readers,
I beg a thousand pardons for not being here sooner! I have been busy this past year, getting ready for work, school, moving out, etc.

I has a suitor at the beginning of the year, but that didn't last long, and it was not good! Since that time, I have been keeping busy, working at a local dairy, going to a local church, serving in the Nursery there, and registering for school!

I hope to spend more time here, as the months go by! Until this, adeiu, farewell, until we meet again!

Laura Hines

Monday, April 27, 2009

Hello, faithful readers!

A warm hello to all our very faithful, very patient readers! :) How I've missed Mayden Fair! It's great to finally be back. There are so many article ideas I have floating up in my head, so be sure to check back soon! For the time being, however, I simply wanted to reassure everyone that I am still alive and kicking! :)

I'm so sorry for the failure to post faithfully, but by God's grace, my lack of articles will change quite soon!

Have a blessed day in the Lord,
Miss Rebekah

Wednesday, January 14, 2009

The News of the Coming Year!

Greetings to all!

I appologize for the long absence. I have been busy lately, and haven't had the time to write much. I will be getting back into it again. I have missed being with you all!

This year, being 2009, we are going to do something different. Instead of following the routine that I have planned out, we are going to write what is one our hearts! Something you are struggling with, that can help all of us out!

I will be writing an article on dating, quick relationships, and a hasty courtship! So, this is something I went through recently, and want to share with you!

Until later,
Laura from Mayden Fair

Wednesday, November 5, 2008

November-A Maiden is Forgiving......

...To Her Siblings:
“What comes out of your mouth is what is in your heart,” goes a popular saying in our household. It is true; what we think in our hearts and minds we sometimes say outloud-sometimes getting us into trouble. There are times when a sibling seems to be antagonizing you; in your flesh, you lash out at him/her in anger and annoyance. This reveals your heart attitude towards your siblings which is: they are bothersome little creatures who seem to only exist to annoy. This heart attitude needs to be swept out of anyone's heart, including mine. When my siblings grumble, whine or are excessively noisy and playful, instead of being gracious and cheerful, I am condemning and annoyed. This attitude is not pleasing to, most importantly, the Lord, and secondly, my parents. When one of my younger siblings throws a temper tantrum, after Mum corrects them and their punishment is over, they are usually still pouting and angry they got punished. Instead of saying mean comments that just set them off again, I should be kind, gentle and smiling towards them, or stay out of their way until they cool off. If the Lord forgave us and forgot our grievous sins towards Him, how much more should we then forgive and forget our younger siblings' faults? Our parents forgive our arrogant hearts and harsh words that we carelessly utter, how much more should we then forgive a child's slip of the tongue and fits of temper? Grace is perfectly free-we did nothing to earn it, we can do nothing to earn more, we do not deserve it nor ever will. Our hearts should seek to love our siblings as the Lord, in His love and mercy, loved us by extending endless fountains of grace upon us. We must extend loving grace to our siblings, whether we feel they deserve it or not. Because no one deserves grace; God gave it to us anyway.

Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Book Review by Maiden Meghan

Feminine by Design by Scott T. Brown
A Book Review
In today's self-focused society, it is hard to find good, encouraging books that turn young ladies eyes away from themselves and onto striving to be a Godly young lady, daughter and sister. There is a wide variety of books and devotionals for Christian young ladies today but it has proved challenging for me to find the really good books that dive into scripture to show God's desire and plan for females. One such book my family has been privileged and blessed to find is Feminine by Design, written by Mr. Scott T. Brown.
Scott T. Brown touches on these twelve very important facets of a Biblical woman:
An Image Bearer
A Woman, Not a Man
A Disciple
A Member of the Church
A Demonstration of Unfading Beauty
A Helpmeet
A Trustful and Submissive Wife
A Keeper at Home
A Domestic Entrepreneur
A Fruitful Bearer of Children
A Teacher of the Next Generation
A Godly Mentor
This wonderful book is a must-read for all Christian young ladies who desire to follow the Lord's Biblical pattern for their lives. In my opinion, it is not a hard read in the least, nor is it lengthy. Scott T. Brown touches on all these facets of a female's Biblical role and before saying anything about what he believes, he states the scripture and then supports the scripture. This book is truly a God-send for young ladies who live in the world, but desire to not be of the world.
Author's Note:
I'm sorry this took me so long to complete! I'll try and write more soon. :) ~Maiden Meghan~