What a beautiful way to start the day, Mollye!I also see that you are rearranging your blog, and it looks so pretty!XO,Sheila :-)
Gentleness is a word that unfortunately is not observed much these days. I think the word now is intensity. Too bad.....I like gentleness & comfort.Love,Marilyn((HUGS))
Good Morning Miz Mollye Sweetie...I so love this photo. The heart and hands of a child. Priceless. Thank you for sharing.I pray you are well sweet friend. You are so in my daily prayers. I love the new look of your blog. So serene.Sending you many hugs and much love, Sherry
this picture is a perfect backdrop for Jewel singing HANDS...you express yourself so beautifully in your blog...have a great day...
Mollye, beautiful photo, beautiful quote, beautiful music......Beautiful YOU! Have a blissful day! :) Hugs.
Such a lovely reminder. I do cherish gentleness when it's shown, but seeing and reading this reminded me that gentleness needs to come From me, too!Thinking of you everyday, and sending love,Anitra
Hi Miz M, I did another post about your gift. come over and read it.
Starting the day with prayer and hands folded - another great way to start the day - and end it.sandie
Oh Mollye, this is precious. I am so glad you stopped by. Love and HUgs to you! Anne
Lovely post and I love Jewel's sweet voice. Mollye, I pray for our God's peace that passes all understanding to fall upon you.Dottie ♥
well Miz M, You are being productive. You are writing away. I enjoyed your safaris story and the story about your eldest son and his family. I was also interested to hear about your bout with alcohol. I cannot drink myself. One tenth of a bottle of wine cooler and I start feeling drowsy. I have no head for it all. When others around me are having a good time tippling away, I am ready to lie down and snore so I don't drink much. My ex used to drink though. Boy he was a doozy (shaking my head). I am glad you found the strength to stop. I am afraid he never will.
The message in your post today is just so true.There's a blog I've been reading for sometime now. The blogger, Debbie, lost a daughter awhile ago. Her post today is about a book I thought you might be interested in. It was written by a mother who lost a very young daughter. Not the same circumstances as Debbie or yourself, but one of a mother's loss. Here's the link to Debbie's post: http://iamsimplydebbie.blogspot.com/2010/07/book-you-must-read-why-my-child-lord.html
Thanks for taking your valuable time to tell me what you are thinking about!