Please give a listen to Lacy's current songs. "Fairy's Wish" was her first song in 2005, age 16.

  • Arpeggio Abduction4:02
  • Help Fukushima 1:01
  • Heaven's Kiss6:12
  • Kind Words (Flute Remix)4:58
  • Eternity- instrumental2:48
  • Fairy's Wish 2:02
  • Boldest! Live the flavor trailer1:10
  • Boldest Multiplayer1:06
  • Mount Chills (the Mountain of Snow)0:56
  • The Minstrel - Vocal3:55
  • The Minstrel3:45

This week we are reviewing our activities with our Spiritual Warrior Profile sheet, which you can download at the link below:


   Kat is a colorist and Lacy, her sketch artist;  together they make the team Autumn Angel Art, and together they can create the art of anything they put their minds to. 

   As great as it sounds to be able to create whatever one can imagine, there is a problem that faces this team of artists: art isn’t the only way they express themselves. They also love to write and have ambitions to make their stories come to life in the form of board games, card games, and novels; currently they are seeking and learning how to raise the funds they need in order to do it. Due to this ‘problem’ of diversity, they often feel that time robs them of their full potential, since they work alone on their projects, donning each hat of business and filling all the roles needed for their design team.  They work tirelessly, arduously; careful to find ways to offer quality products for low prices to those who will one day be their valued customers.

As sisters, Kat and Lacy had all their lives to work together and perfect their skill, yet each day they strive for more: to learn more, push themselves further, and grow stronger as the women that God has created them to be. Kat and Lacy believe Proverbs 16:3  when it says "Commit your work to the LORD, and your plans will succeed." That's why they continue to press forward, placing their trust in Jesus Christ, and work diligently to complete the tasks that lead to the production of the products they are creating.

Autumn Angel Art

For the next 8 weeks, I will be evaluating the book "Girls With Swords" written by speaker Lisa Bevere. Let's look and see what we think and feel about the contents of the pages, together, yes?

Lacy's poem, "Chivalry, Vileness, and Death" was written in 2005, but the relevance to our medieval story, "Escaping the Lair", is striking! Check it out by clicking here.