Thursday, April 6, 2017

E is for Edmund

My theme for the 2017 A to Z Blogging Challenge is The Chronicles of Narnia. These are my favorite stories and they continue to inspire me. 

Edmund betrayed his family and followed the White Witch who had deceived him and made him her slave. Only Aslan can save him. 

"There's no point in looking for him," said Mr. Beaver.
"What do you mean?" said Susan. "He can't be far away yet. And we've got to find him. What do you mean when you say there's no use looking for him?"
"The reason there's no use looking," said Mr. Beaver, "is that we know already where he's gone." Everyone stared in amazement. "Don't you understand?" said Mr. Beaver. "He's gone to her. To the White Witch. He has betrayed us all." 
- The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe


  1. Aha! I found you! I kept checking Skating Buffalo and wondered why you weren't doing the A to Z challenge this year and then I stumbled across this blog in the A to Z link up.

    I like your theme! It's been years since I've gone through the stories of Narnia so I look forward to following them through the alphabet.

    Trudy @ Reel Focus
    Food in Film: Eggplants

  2. Hi Trudy! Glad you found me. Blessings to you.

  3. Edmund...what a Judas! Instead of 30 pieces of silver, his price was chocolate. Turkish Delight wasn't it?

    1. DA, yes, it must have some deliciously sweet treat to tempt him so. The Enemy is always at work looking for whom to destroy. But by the Lion, he was redeemed.