An ordinary morning last week turned into a post for the Young Ladies Christian Fellowship…
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Well, this has nothing to do with the lovely post that you wrote for YLCF…I already commented there on how much I enjoyed it! What I was wondering is…do you have something written about yours and Philip’s meeting-and-falling-in-love/courtship story? I have not yet read EVERYTHING on your site, so I might’ve already missed it…but if you could tell me where to find it…I’d love to read it! Thank you and have a beautiful day!
I was so inspired by this that I went for a walk in the glorious sunshine and sparkling fresh snow and as with you, my spirits were lifted…. and especially so after a week in the dark sick room. The neighbors dog found me, which was all the more special as I could get no one from the house to go out with me, and we had a glorious time laughing (barking) running, and meeting some new horses in the nearby pasture.
So, thank you for sharing, that I might be refreshed and rejuvenated 🙂
Oh, ebbyanne, I am so glad that you were inspired! 🙂 And thank you for passing along your own blessing of refreshment.
(And aren’t dogs the nicest of companions? ;))
Jessica, I think you’ll find what you’re looking for here. 😉
Thanks for letting me know…I found and read it (as you probably already know because I left a comment there!) and was encouraged.
A couple more completely unrelated questions….I hope you don’t mind! I noticed that you are using WordPress for your site and was wondering how you like it? I read a little bit on their site and it sounds good…I’m thinking of eventually switching my “blog of sorts” from LiveJournal to something else and your site is so enjoyable that I wondered how you like what you use… Thank you and have a glorious day!
I love WordPress–no complaints! 🙂 Of course, my husband is always there for tech-support, but I really haven’t had any problems with it. 😉 He’s done all the ‘hard stuff’…I just told him exactly what I wanted it to look like and he made it happen…
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