1. Lori, the picture you paint of grandma’s good living room brings back so many childhood memories. I love reading your stories. I feel like I know you even though I don’t. Your mom and Mary were my idols when I was growing up. I too have had health problems, the most recent being a stroke a year ago. I remember how pretty you were at my mom’s funeral. You did not look sick and I pray that you are still doing well. So sorry to hear about you dad, please tell your parents that I love them.

    1. I’m thrilled that you are reading my blog, Linda. Mom still talks about you often. I know you are a favorite of hers, too. I’m so sorry to hear about your stroke. Please keep me updated about your health.

  2. You are blessed to have a grandmother and husband who love you unconditionally no matter how that chandelier got broken and how much your husband knew. Thank God for His love and mercy that He gives us, as we live this life breaking His commandments. And He forgives us as far as the East is from the West as we desire to grow in His ways and become more like Him!
    Well done, Lori.

    1. Yes! I have been blessed beyond measure. Most of all, in the Father’s unrelenting love. We break so much when it comes to our relationship with God. I am continually thankful for Jesus for taking care of my brokenness once and for all. Thank you for your wise words, Carolyn.

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