First of all I need to start this off with a big fat
for all the response to my last post. You humble me with your kind words, thoughtful letters, text messages, fb comments, & comments on this blog. We all experience loss at some point in our lives don't we? So I think we all can relate on some level...and to have you share some of those with me~and others who just honestly haven't went through loss on that level~but still take time to let me know how they related to my story....it means a lot to me. To draw others in to a more personal to Christ, or to inspire a relationship with him & to relate to others on a deeper level is really a cool thing that a blog can do. I had no idea how healing it can be to write when I started this...but it has been. And what a bonus to make friends through this venue.
So just to let you know
and I appreciate you.
I love to see their excitement. I love to see everything that turned brown this fall covered with white.
O.k. well there are some negative effects of the snow....there goes this young tree~not sure if it will make it. The snow was SO heavy. And the tree
hugger lover that my husband is...was very disappointed about this.
What a view on the way to school this morning. It truly is a winter wonderland.
The only other thing I don't care for is....this long drive that needs to be shoveled. This little lady helped me and I had intentions of shoveling the entire thing...but then decided about 3 minutes into it to just shovel tire tracks. Yeah, I'm an overachiever like that. ha ha ha. (75 feet is a long way to shovel.)
And just one house cleaning thing I'd like to take care of......
To my anonymous comment leaver from the last post~Not sure why you didn't leave your name, but one little quote I'd like to give you.
"Imitation Is The Best Form Of Flattery"
Charles Caleb Colton