A kind of melancholy
I choose to let it enter my soul. Now that’s the way . I offer my vulnerability at the foot of the Cross, as some of you answered after a past question. It could be worse, as Don Jones said Tuesday and as Debra said, I choose to let faith do its job.
Thank you dear Diane, I am really so happy to listen to your beautiful story, your new life “together” with your daughters.
I join you in remembering our dear friends of past times in this Lounge. I miss them.
A big hug to all of you.
So happy to see you Annie!!
Blessing to you dear Palm, and to all our dear friends here, and far. 🥰
My prayer for you dear friend Antoinette
Who does not know, can only bow before you, in silence.
May you be well. Feel embraced. If this virtual warmth brings you some comfort, consider my hand on your shoulder.
A new perspective Debra, for my moments of fear. Letting faith prevail.
It’s wonderful. I will try to fix these words in my heart, or rather, to sow them to see them blossom.
Dear Tanja, welcome!
I can not write in spanish, but if you understand italian language, I could use it.
Anyway, I try to be closer to you, and, with Diane I wish you the best, saying “bienvenidos a esta communidad”!
Thank you Don Jones, you are offering me a great support.
Welcome again dear Zenith!
I pray for you Drew, may all be well.
Blessings, dear friend.
It is such a good wish Rose! Thank you!
Wonderful, Don Jones.
I love your post dear Ose, so deeply rooted in your daily life and your kind soul.
It is not easy to bring reverence during the routine.
Especially the domestic routine … it is so strange that our source shows His magnificence both where the amazement grows and where the routine manifests itself.
I am with you Rori and Mike, blessings to our planet.
Yes, dear Annie, it’s okay, I can’t complain. Just the work, a bit overwhelming.
I am so happy for you and your daughter, and for all your family!
Thank you for reminding the prayer of such a famous psalm on trust.
And for your wonderful description of your
daily life, your love, sweetness, care.
Thank you Pilgrim,
I had a look at Susan Branch website, she is so nice and sweet, and I agree with her, about these times, it is so true. Thank for sharing Pilgrim.
Wonderful photo Annie!
Congratulations to your son and many wishes for his future!
I am with you with my heart and prayer, dear Diane.
All will be well, as Palm says.
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