"The Spirit of the Sovereign LORD is on me, because the LORD has anointed me to preach good news to the poor. He has sent me to bind up the brokenhearted, to proclaim freedom for the captives and release from darkness for the prisoners, to proclaim the year of the LORD's favor and the day of vengeance of our God, to comfort all who mourn, and provide for those who grieve in Zion — to bestow on them a crown of beauty instead of ashes, the oil of gladness instead of mourning, and a garment of praise instead of a spirit of despair." ~ from ISAIAH 61 Bible verse for this Blog

Thursday, June 30, 2016

JCBC ~ 18

Discussion #18

"No Hurry, No Worry"
{it's the February 25th devotional entry from "Jesus Calling"}


{there are 3?s every time, even if I only post one or none}
You are welcome to choose any of the questions

" 1. Describe a typical morning for you. Are you rushed and in a hurry to start the day? Do you, like today’s reading describes, “bolt into the day like a racehorse”? What are ways you can slow down and start your day more purposefully?
2. Colossians 4:2 reminds: “Devote yourselves to prayer, being watchful and thankful.” What does it mean to you to be watchful, and what are some ways you might pause and look for the abundance
He showers on us daily?
3. “A grateful heart protects you from negative thinking,” according to today’s reading. If you were to take time each day to list what you are grateful for, what would be on your list? Does ruminating on your blessings bring peace and calm your mind?"

{remember that you can download your own complete, 
free "Women's Discussion Guideor others here}

Wednesday, June 29, 2016

W.O.W. ~ "Fresh Courage"

When I don't feel like Walking and I really need to hear God

even if it's time for a


being in His
WORD On Weds.

I'll just be content
to HEAR the 
Whisper On Weds.

{which is something I can really use every day actually, but especially since last Thurs. devastating news - not really ready to deal with it or blog about it at all however I left some of it in the SOS comments this past Sat./Sun.}

So here's the truth, I'm just not up for a


in fact, I'm thinking, it will be a long, hot summer
with less and less "walks" (W.O.W.) perhaps not many more,
the "walk" is just not in me, and my pace has become a bit shaky, slow, and not so steady
in fact, down right off-balanced
{not physically yet - thank God; I'm speaking about being spiritually and emotionally shaken}

We get to places or times like these often in our


and then, we might lean in just a bit closer as I did


I Hear His Whisper


"Fresh Courage"

{this is TPT email I received last Thurs. 6/23/16 but I was too busy - too involved to read or even open until later 
when I found out just how much I had needed this
 and perhaps you do too}

"...For those in need of strength let the Lord fill you with fresh courage! His sword is drawn and He fights for you and righteousness!"
Brian Simmons and Your TPT Team

"I come with a gift this day. I bring you courage, fresh courage. You must have strength to discover the riches and glory that I have deposited within you. Many are content with what their eyes behold, but you have asked Me for more. I see the willingness of your heart to leave the ordinary behind to find the supernatural wealth of My life. So I bring to you the living energy of faith, which is courage.

My love for you will never leave you defenseless. So do not set your gaze on the enemies of faith, for they will stumble and fall. You will rise with fresh courage and feast upon the reality of My presence at all times. For your true comfort and joy is not merely in the victory I give you, but in the One who calls you to be Mine. A bold courage to move forward in spite of what your eyes see is the gift you must take for this day. Lay hold of Eternal Life deep within you and the power of that Life will flow through you.

This I am doing for you as you have asked--I give you fresh vision for the future, filled with hope and courage to move forward. Every gift I bring must be received and utilized in your journey. So step out in faith and obedience to My Word and you will find everlasting Arms holding you and giving you strength. I come with My sword drawn ready to fight for you, as you take your place at My feet in worship. Your earthly fears will be dissolved as you bow in fear of Me alone. I will guide you in the paths of righteous courage until you stand unashamed in My sacred Presence."

I definitely need the "Fresh Courage" and the encouragement
yet I could not grasp how any of the rest of this message
pertained to me in my current circumstances
except for guidance and courage
and of course, the strength
that this started with
above first

Hebrews 11:33-35 
      The Passion Translation

"Through faith’s power they conquered kingdoms and established true justice. Their faith fastened onto their promises and pulled them into reality! It was faith that shut the mouth of lions, put out the power of raging fire, and caused many to escape certain death by the sword. In their weakness their faith imparted power to make them strong! Faith sparked courage within them and they became mighty warriors in battle, pulling armies from another realm into battle array. Faith-filled women saw their dead children raised in resurrection power.

Yet it was faith that enabled others to endure great atrocities. They were stretched out on the wheel and tortured, and didn’t deny their faith in order to be freed, because they longed for a more honorable and glorious resurrection!"

Brian Simmons and Your TPT Team

I'm sure the other "whispers" that will come this week
will breathe continuously and consistently
with the Word that my spirit will 
need, receive and understand
better than I'm getting
at this moment

I mentioned
my eyes are dimmer
my heart grows weak
my pace is out of sync
 my ears
are really trying
to hear

Jesus is so near 
you or I
just need to


His Name

"Jesus, Jesus, Jesus"


"In His Name"
{unique choices always from Jennifer Camp's LOOP; this one from 6/27/16 
"I Like to Be Where You Are"}


let's shout out




right into the moment


His Word

His Whisper

His Love

His Healing Touch

for all of us

holding on



Tuesday, June 28, 2016

JCBC ~ 17

Discussion #17

"Strength in Letting Go"
{it's the April 1st devotional entry from "Jesus Calling"}


{there are 3?s every time, even if I only post one or none}
You are welcome to choose any of the questions

" 1. On a scale of 1 to 10, how controlling are you? Describe why you rated yourself this way. What is your reaction when things happen that are beyond your control?
2. This reading reminds us: “the ultimate goal is not to control or fix everything around you; it is to keep communing with Me.” If the measure for success in our day is how much we are in touch with God, and not what we’ve accomplished, how successful are your days? How can you let go of some of the details in order to accept each day as it comes and find God in it?"

Lord, Please help me with this issue of control;
 both being controlling and the fear of being controlled
from being controlled which partly is why I control

#1. I guess I'll be admitting to being nearly an "8" {how sad to say, very sad} and even more difficult and sad to react as one. I am so not at all alright with this, or having to admit this. The victims of my controlling may even put me at a higher number, unless they have met someone {as I have} that is more of a controller. This is no excuse, just the facts. Plus, I do not think I was always controlling until complete control was taken away from me. I'm guessing that it's probably this which makes me hold on wrongly to being in control, along with my insecurities. God help me. It's certainly not that I'm so smart or perfect, yet my tendency is to prefer some things done as I'm use to or need to or see best for me or them. When things happen beyond my control, which often is the case, I despair and sometimes fight back for more control, but I also sometimes just try to escape by getting away from it completely. How did the apostle Paul say it? ... why do I do what I do not want to do (Romans 7:15-20) ... yep, that's controlling. I should be able to write a book on this one ... I really just need to allow others the same freedom and choice God gives me, except when it impacts me, it really is a struggle. Gotta let go. Gotta let God! and stop trying to fix it or play god (ouch) for someone else. I know I don't like it when others are that way with me. Both sides of this coin flip lopsided. My how I wish I could fix everything and everyone, which includes me, myself and I.

Guess I really needed these questions and devotion to awaken me, because I do know that God is in ultimate control. And I gratefully will release control to Him

{remember that you can download your own complete, 
free "Women's Discussion Guideor others here}

Monday, June 27, 2016

JCBC ~ 16

Discussion #16

"Complaining is Draining"
{it's the February 21st  devotional entry from "Jesus Calling"}

COLOSSIANS 2:6-7; PSALM 141:8; 
1 PETER 5:7

{there are 3?s every time, even if I only post one or none}
You are welcome to choose any of the 3 questions

"1. Today’s reading reminds us: “thankfulness keeps you from criticizing and complaining: those ‘sister sins’ that so easily entangle you.” Are there areas in your life where you find yourself being critical
of others or complaining about your own state of affairs? What are some ways you can shed a different light on these situations in order to move from complaining and criticizing to trust and thankfulness? "

Most often question #3 is not really a question
but more of a reflection and suggestion on
how you might turn this over to God
or hear His whisper about this
better and of more help
for you to change
or improve
like today's
#3. Giving over to a complaining or critical spirit can also lead to the death of a hopeful outlook in life, leaving us drained and defeated. In Psalm 141:8, David prays, “But my eyes are fixed on you, O Sovereign LORD; in You I take refuge—do not give me over to death.” When you are tempted to complain, immediately think of something you are thankful for and lift those thoughts to God before uttering the complaints. See what a difference this might make in your life for just one day alone!

{remember that you can download your own complete, 
free "Women's Discussion Guideor others here}

Saturday, June 25, 2016

S.O.S. ~ Longing for more "Grace"

... "If we knew the treasures that only came from walking through the valley, would we willingly choose the path that took us there?" ~Laura Story~


... "I ask you: "How many times will you pick me up,
When I keep on letting you down?
And each time I will fall short of Your glory,
How far will forgiveness abound?"
And You answer: "My child, I love you.
And as long as you're seeking My face,
You'll walk in the power of My daily sufficient grace.
" Chorus

This Scene is perfect for an S.O.S. and so is this Song. I just was not sure which song of Laura Story's would go best with this image {which reminds me so much of walking through the pines back home in MN, as if I had taken this photo}, but I do know that TREASURES and WALKING through VALLEYS will ALWAYS call for more of His aMazing Grace, so ... picking us up, when we fall so short of His glory, or letting each other down, or failing somehow in the MESSES we continue to make; does not necessarily mean that we would choose the path through the troubled times and the many valleys, yet without a doubt, we know that God's Grace will help us through and even help us discover some TREASURES while we're there but I think I'd prefer finding treasures on a beach or in the mountaintops ... however, I'll always be grateful for any treasure found in the valley ... in fact, I believe we even need to search harder and more closely in the valley for what treasures may be found as we continue to seek His face and more Grace

Friday, June 24, 2016

JCBC ~ 15

Discussion #15

"From Inadequacy to Completeness"
{it's the February 22nd devotional entry from "Jesus Calling"}



{there are 3?s every time, even if I only post one or none}
You are welcome to choose any of the questions

"1. When life’s demands overtake us and we find that we aren’t able to do it all to a standard we deem acceptable, we may feel sorry for ourselves or feel inadequate. Think of a time when you felt as though you weren’t living up to a goal you set for yourself. How did you handle the situation?
2. In the reading from today, we are presented with the idea that our “inadequacy presents us with a continual choice—deep dependence on [God] or despair.” What are some ways you can avoid the despair that might come from feeling inadequate? How can you actively depend on God to restore your confidence? "

{remember that you can download your own complete, 
free "Women's Discussion Guideor others here}

Thursday, June 23, 2016

JCBC ~ 14

Discussion #14

"A Change Can Do You Good"
{it's the February 17th devotional entry from "Jesus Calling"}


Matthew 28:5-7; 2 Corinthians 5:17

{there are 3?s every time, even if I only post one or not any}
You are welcome to choose any of the questions

Hopefully, by now, you have downloaded your own copy of the Women's Discussion Guide for "Jesus Calling" that we are using for this. There are some other good choices you might like also.

Since "CHANGE" is One of 3 One Words for 2016 for me
I have all 3 questions posted today
Hopeful for your help on this
through your answers

"1. The reading for today reminds us that we shouldn’t “fear change, for [God is] making you a new creation, with old things passing away and new things continually on the horizon.” How do you
face changes in your life? Do you dread them or embrace them?
2. It’s tough to have the confidence to abandon ourselves to God’s will, especially if we find comfort in the sameness of things. Think of a time of great change in your life. Did you approach the change with dread and fear or did you welcome what it might have in store for you over the long run? How did that approach affect the outcome?
3. Ephesians 3:20–21 states, “Now to him who is able to do immeasurably more than all we ask or imagine, according to his power that is at work within us, to him be glory in the church and in
Christ Jesus throughout all generations, for ever and ever! Amen.” Knowing that God can do so much more in our lives than we could ever imagine, can you identify ways God might be looking to break you out of your routine and might be prompting you to experience something new with Him? "

{remember that you can download your own complete, 
free "Women's Discussion Guideor others here}

Wednesday, June 22, 2016


In last week's
I wished that I could share the emails from LOOP and The Passion Translation
that I had received on that Mon.; and then I received the 2nd one that week
which really was just as fantastic and uplifting
making it even more difficult to choose 


will meet you right where you are
as each one seems to speak
directly to me
they are ever so timely
as if they really are directly from God
and I
like never before through the way these emails
are written and delivered at just the right moment

I'd like you to be able to read all 4; that's 2 from each; delivered on
Mondays and Thursdays to your emails if you just sign up
but meanwhile for today, I have chosen a double-fold
The Passion Translation (TPT)
because they seem to line up with other messages I've shared here
from the TPT devotional book


"I have longed for you"

{as I do, for more and more of Him}

"...After reading this 'whisper' there is a verse from Philippians that follows but we (the TPT team) encourage you to take time to read all of the heavenly letter of joy that is Philippians." [Intro]

"...Have I not promised you that nothing will separate you from My love? The heavens will be rolled up like a scroll, the mountains may shake and fall into the sea, but My love for you will never be shaken and will never be moved. I have held you as My treasure and have longed for you, even as you have longed for Me. A fire burns within Me, an all-consuming fire of love that will never go out. The passion I have to make you Mine could never be dimmed or fade away. Each moment I carry you and you will never have to grope in the dark to find Me, for we are One.

In your difficult night season I say to you, rest in My love. Never interpret My love by how it appears, but see the depth of My love by the sacrifice of My Son. It was on Calvary that I lifted Him between heaven and earth as a sign to you that My love is endless and will give up what was Most Precious so that I could have you. Nothing shall ever separate you from My love.

Neither pain nor pressure, nor grief, nor disappointment. Nothing is more powerful than My love.

I have promised you that I will never leave you comfortless. Is My presence not enough? Every day the glory of My presence overshadows you, even when you do not discern it. When you thirst, I give you Living Water, when you hunger and crave for more, I give you Living Bread and My satisfying peace. When you lift up your face to Me without shame, the sunshine of My love washes you and strengthens you. My invisible ways of love have carried you through life, so never let disappointment live within you. For I am Your God, the Mighty Lover who will never be turned aside by your weak heart. 
I am stirred to perfect you every time I see your weakness. Your growth is My boast, for the grace I have poured upon you will bring you into greater light and greater glory. Trust in Me and watch Me work as I demonstrate the depths of My love."
Brian Simmons,TPT, 6-13-16 email

Philippians 3:20 
The Passion Translation
"But we are a colony of heaven on earth as we cling tightly to our Life-Giver, the Lord Jesus Christ."

I found the Intro in the TPT email to the above devotional to be just as powerful and meaningful to the message from God's passion as shared in Philippians, one of the most recent releases done in The Passion Translation.{click on the link of Philippians above*} --- yep, joy and rejoicing, nothing more powerful than God's love! [Here's the first part of the Intro followed by the * part above the "whisper"]

..."Nothing is more powerful than God's love! God's love was more powerful than the prison cell that Paul experienced in Philippi--where He wrote a letter to the church of Philippi, a letter filled with joy and rejoicing."...*

"We should always strive to live an ascended life by entering into the delight of our Master. For more reading with this focus in mind we suggest following this 'whisper' with Proverbs 15 from The Passion Translation." Brian Simmons and TPT team

"I Hear His Whisper"

"Enter into the Delight of Your Master"

"Your mind must be clean and prepared, sharpened as a tool. For your thoughts can be filled with pain, discouragement, and shame; or your thoughts can be filled with love, excellence, and joy. Your words reflect your thoughts. I want your mind to be filled with all that is admirable, praiseworthy, and pure. Then you will enter into the joy and delight of your Master.

Radiant joy is yours, for your future will be paradise and endless delight. Live with your mind fixed on all that is above, where we sit together, seated in the heavens, united in love. To complain and to fill your mind with anxious thoughts is to lose your way and enter into confusion. I have not called you to confusion but to peace. Forsake every thought and every word that points to pain and heartache. Let your thoughts and your words pull you into My realm and into the place of perfect peace.

Prophesy to your heart that you will be filled with grace to move into the future with no worries. Speak words of truth to that which hinders and lay aside every anxious thought. You are called to live care-free and enter into the endless joy and delight of your Master. Come and change every complaint into joyous laughter! My love is omnipotent, and My joy will introduce you to peace. I give you the gift of joy that no one can take from you. The healing of your heart will come through laughter and joy, like a medicine to soothe your heart from the pain of what you have passed through. The world can never give to you this reward. It is a joy that is reserved for all My lovers to experience -- enter into the joy and delight of your Master today and watch what I will do for you!"
Brian Simmons, TPT email 6-16-16

Matthew 25:21 
The Passion Translation
“Commending his servant, the master replied, ‘You have done well, and proven yourself to be my loyal and trustworthy servant. Because you have been a faithful steward to manage a small sum, now I will put you in charge of much, much more. You will experience the delight of your master, who will say to you, 'Enter into the joy and delight of your Master!'""

Now those are some 
that each one of us
from our
Lord and Master

"Well done"

"Welcome Home"

I can't remember if I already shared this from when I arrived back in the USA on my recent trip home for my dear uncle's celebration memorial ... as I envisioned my uncle while above the clouds, being welcomed home ... unlike other times coming home, these were the only words, I heard repeated 3 times while going through the tedious task of Customs with Immigration officials telling me,

"Welcome home"
and just 
let me tell you 
how good it feels
{even by people}

I still am
"Not Home Yet"

but I pray that all those who have gone before me
truly are
I look forward to that
Happy Day
I hold on to the hope
I will see Him
face to face
each of them
Jesus' aMazing Grace


Tuesday, June 21, 2016

JCBC ~ 13

Discussion #13

"Your Words Have Power"
{it's the August 3rd devotional entry from "Jesus Calling"}


Proverbs 12:18; James 1:19; Ephesians 4:29

{there are 3?s every time, even if I only post one or not any}
You are welcome to choose any of the questions

Hopefully, by now, you have downloaded your own copy of the Women's Discussion Guide for "Jesus Calling" that we are using for this. There are some other good choices you might like also.

"3. Think about the hundreds of words you speak daily and about the gift of being able to verbalize your thoughts and feelings. If you were to string your conversations and words into a book, what would people get out of what you are saying? How does this make you think about the legacy of the words you are speaking? "

{remember that you can download your own complete, 
free "Women's Discussion Guideor others here}

Monday, June 20, 2016

JCBC ~ 12

Discussion #12

"Our Best Friend"
{it's the September 5th devotional entry from "Jesus Calling"}


John 15:13-15; Isaiah 61:3; 
2 Corinthians 6:10

{there are 3?s every time, even if I only post one or not any}
You are welcome to choose any of the questions

Hopefully, by now, you have downloaded your own copy of the Women's Discussion Guide for "Jesus Calling" that we are using for this. There are some other good choices you might like also.

" 1. Today’s reading reminds us: “[Jesus] is our best friend, as well as [our] King.” Think about your closest friends in life. What qualities do they have that put them on this level in your life?
2. Jesus not only embodies those qualities you listed for good friends, but He also makes a promise no other friend can: to “bring beauty out of the ashes of lost dreams.” What does it look like for you to trust Jesus as your friend? What else can you get from relationship with Him that no one else can provide?"

{so remember that you can download your own complete, 
free "Women's Discussion Guideor others here}

Sunday, June 19, 2016



"...There's nothing I own
The treasures I held
Just weighed down my soul
And there's nothing left
Inside of me
But a longing for You ...  "


"...Like a bride waiting for her groom
We'll be a Church ready for You
Every heart longing for our King
We sing
Even so come
Lord Jesus, come..."


I just really love this one!

[image credit]

and put to really truthful use and applied perfectly here
through a really wonderfully written 'hero' tribute
by a dear daughter, that's so special to me,
and probably both her parents

Saturday, June 18, 2016

"The Longing in Me - How Everything You Crave Leads to the Heart of God" By Sheila Walsh

"The Longing in Me - How Everything You Crave Leads to the Heart of God" By Sheila Walsh 

To me, one of the marks of a good book, an exceptionally good book which this is, seems to be how well does it resonate in your soul and changes something within you as you read, and as in this one, "leads you to the heart of God". It not only inspires you and strikes a chord deep within, but reading the book helps you "change the way you respond to life's stresses" {boy, do I need this} or life in general, and your perspective is awakened in a fresh way. That's what Sheila's "Longing ..." book is ...

Sheila Walsh not only states in her intro that this is part of her prayer for this book, but that it helps the reader (me, in this case; or you, if you're bold, brave and bright enough to read it) "find the one true Source who can meet your deepest longings so you can change..." and "give you tools to heal from the past and find joy today." And no one can do this as well as Sheila, with her honest and vulnerable style of writing, weaving her own personal life story and testimony, with a well known biblical figure of a man "after the heart of God" - as she walks us through David's life and worst choices, her life and the life of other women, like me and perhaps you, to study the "Longings" and "learn how to channel those to know God more" and help us "determine what to do when we lose our way", as often we do and have yet realizing that "Longings are part of life." ... not just good or evil.

... "We long to be seen.
We long to be chosen.
We long to be loved.
We long to know that we matter."

"When those longings are left unmet, what do we do? Where do we go?"

Sheila shows us in 10 chapters that she "believes it is a sacred ache, a longing for the very heart of God" and I couldn't agree more. In fact, Sheila's life story is one I can relate to ever so well and I find myself reading and rereading the parts that sound so familiar and have to pinch myself trying to remember she is writing about her life (or David's) not mine, still she tells it so remarkably well "I get it", which is why it resonates with me every step of the way and each longing or vignette touches my heart in a way that changes me, awakens me and illuminates a light in what use to be darkness or dark moments. So I nod as I read along, knowing that this book is making an impact and a difference in me in ways that only God knows. 

Those 10 chapters touch on our longings: the longing to be chosen, the longing to be protected, the longing for what use to be, the longing for control, the longing for your rights, the longing for that one thing you think you need :) - the longing to make everything right, the longing for what would glorify God, the longing to share the grace and mercy we've received from God and the longing for God alone. Each chapter starts out with a Scripture verse and of course, elaborates on a portion of King David's biblical story with the sharing of Sheila's own life experiences, some parts never written about before this book. "The fact is, your longings are built from the blueprint of your needs: for protection, for love, for God. And those needs aren’t going anywhere. You vowed you’d never repeat the same mistakes—yet you find yourself right where you started. What is it that keeps drawing you back into the same old traps?" Sound familiar? well, it sure does to me ... "If you keep reaching out to the wrong people at the wrong times in your own life, "The Longing in Me" will help you understand that your cravings are not the problem. It’s where they lead you that makes all the difference." (parts of the actual book description)

"It seems to me we can never give up longing and wishing while we are thoroughly alive. There are certain things we feel to be beautiful and good, and we must hunger after them." - George Elliot

Both the DVDs and the Study Guide
enhance this book greatly!

I so enjoyed watching Sheila in the beautifully chosen scenes of these DVDS and listening to her speak with us
in the 6 sessions that Study Gateway made available to us during the online study at Faith Gateway.

However, just reading this book alone will help anyone
but especially those hurting from their past
and trying to fill the voids in your life with anything
leading you to long for the wrong thing;
to fill what only God can fill
and He will
you read this book

Great for individual or small group studies with the Study Guide.
{although I prefer the Study Guides included in the book}

Sheila Walsh
"is known as a powerful communicator, Bible teacher, and bestselling author"
however she goes far beyond this 
in this newest release
of heart-wrenching
life experiences
as she is gifted in the art of 
retelling parts of the Bible, especially about King David
 and making each one come alive and become real for us today
as she applies the lessons to her and our own life
in a fresh, honest and eye-opening way
that touches your heart and brings 
everything you crave to lead
you to the heart of God

I can never say enough about
Sheila Walsh and this book
the lessons that Christ continues to teach her and me
on our life journeys
especially how her honest words help me become more aware
of my "longings" in the past and even now
with a kind healing and peace
that only God can give
and has
as is/was
Sheila's prayer
to receive healing and find joy
which helps me as it did her
to "understand the past", "fully engage in the present" 
and "find hope in the future"
with this truth:



I will treasure this book and quite likely return to it often!

especially when I long for God and need to be reminded of how 
He longs for me.
{another mark of a good book "returning to read it again"
besides the turned down, well worn pages, 
 which in a Kindle ebook converts to bookmarks and highlights}

Disclosure: I received this book free from Book Look Bloggers and Thomas P. Nelson Publishers in return for an honest review. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255

And if you are not totally convinced that this is the book for you to read yet, see this and you can even check out some others linked below that are longer...
"The Longing in Me..."

"The Longing in Me Small Group Bible Study by Sheila Walsh - Session One"
"The Longing In Me Online Bible Study Kickoff "with Sheila Walsh

The images all belong to Sheila Walsh
{and she has more images with really wonderful quotes on her book's page 
down at the bottom}
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I hope that is what you see
this is why I am

To my faithful visitors;
all of you who spend your valuable time here with me
I do appreciate you so much!

Thank you for taking your time to visit!

Love, Sweet blessings & Hugs!