1. I read your blog faithfully, so you have at least one follower! And I think you do a wonderful job.
    It’s an A+ from this retired teacher!!!

  2. Lori, you cannot know, but this piece came at just the right moment for me-I could swear you wrote it just for me. What touches me about your writing is your honesty: no glossed over feelings, no cover ups. This honesty shines through. Thanks!

    1. Joanne, I am so thankful that it was meaningful to you. When I first heard the name “Imposter Syndrome,” I felt like it was coined just for me! It is an interesting phenomenon, and I feel certain that Satan takes advantage of it.

  3. People do read your writing,even if you don’t get comments. I always enjoy seeing your email so I can read your inspired words. Please keep it up!

    1. Janell, you are a great encourager, and not just with your words. When I glanced over on Sunday and saw your dad as I do most Sundays, my heart warmed. Thanks for being who you are.

  4. Keep writing. I read them all and inspired to relax and live with the health I am given, even if it is waning.

  5. I love the twist in your post from the witch with the wires in your clay to the doctor who wouldn’t quit on the difficult task of wrapping your oversized heart with the healing wires. Purple ribbons to you and Dr. T… both of you are healers and life givers!

  6. These blogs have meant so much to me on so many levels, Lori. I’ve really been inspired by your insights and your real-life applications of your faith journey!

    1. Thank you. I feel like everyone has those stories and retrospective understandings. It is a blessing to me that I get to share mine with such a supportive audience.

  7. Dear Lori Ann,
    I so look forward to your blog posts because they really do comfort me with what I’m going through and encourage me to be the kind of person I want to be. Thank you for the powerful and beautiful work that you’re doing with your writing.
    Hugs and prayers and blessings to you,
    Leigh Ann

    1. Leigh Ann, I think of you often when I am writing. Thank you for sharing your story with me. I continue to pray for you.

  8. Lori. After reading this blog. I feel inadequate to comment. But you always inspire me to keep looking at your blog. Love you all. Carol

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