Awakening at Midlife
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"Try claiming God's blessings instead of merely longing for them." ~ Henry Jacobsen
Your site, in just the few minutes since I logged on, has made me feel better. i have everything, a nice house, a great husband, a fantastic daughter, enough money to not be in debt (but not rich), a decent job.. but something is lacking in me.
I used to be 120 lbs and now am 220 lbs. I think I have been dealing with self loathing since my daughter was born 6 years ago and I gained all the weight. I have friends I no longer see because I don't want them to see me fat. I feel I need something to remind me that I should be happy, not worry, not stressed.. I need some inner peace, and I truly think your webpage is part of the answer. Thank you for putting it together. ~ Julie
Dear Sirs, Please note we, Japanese never eat avocados in sushi rolls! I think it's you, Americans in West Coasts and Hawaii. Cheers. ~ Kijima M.
Thanks for such a magnificent site - I stumbled upon it at a time when I need it most. Your work is a blessing! Kind regards, Joanne
I start each day with Daily Celebrations. Thanks for the great inspiration and facts. ~ Josh
I just wanted to say I loved your web site. Thanks for the effort you put in to it, inspiring. Keep up the good work. xx Damian
First let me just say, I LOVE your site...I stumbled upon it by accident, but now it's in my favorites...I'm hoping you may be able to help me out...I came across this Christmas quotation on your site: "May you have the gladness of Christmas which is hope, the spirit of Christmas which is peace, the heart of Christmas, which is love.", by Ada V. Hendricks...
I have searched the internet trying to find out more about Ms. Hendricks, but cannot locate any info on her...do you have any idea who she is/was?? or when the quote came to be? I really liked the quote, and would like to include it in some of my Christmas cards this year, but would like to find out something about the author...any help you can provide is appreciated...again, great job with the site!! Thanks for reading...Betty
I am a first grade teacher in Suquamish, Washington. After our first snowstorm, I shared the Verna Kelley quote, "Snow flakes are one of nature's most fragile things, but just look what they can do when they stick together."
I used it as a springboard for writing with my students. In my search for more information about Verna Kelley, I came upon your site. I was unable to find out anything more about her. Do you have any leads? Thank you, Peggy
P.S. I am pleased to find your site. It is a wonderful resource for teaching!
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