to spend and not to waste


    1. Thank you, Hannah, for taking time to comment on my writing, especially on such a big day as you launch your new book. Your perspective and opinion mean the world to me!

  1. Wow!! What a *great* article with so many valuable points that change our perspective. I think I may have to print it out to keep. Thank you for writing it!

  2. Hi Lori,
    I can so identify with this! It’s amazing how much that thriftiness stuck with us. I think being at home during the Farm Crisis of the 80’s had a big impact on us. Your reflection and advice is a much-needed reminder to me of enjoying God’s blessings from time to time, just for the sake of enjoyment and extravagance! I’m going to make sure Dawn sees this too. Somehow she’s of the same ilk.
    Blessings to you and your ministry of writing!

    1. So much we could add to the “thrifty” comments, probably best kept to ourselves! Despite their tendency to save, Mom and Dad were always lavish with love and support. From that, we have all benefitted. Great to hear from you!

    1. Desiree, when I think of someone who is lavish with their encouragement and their time, you come to mind. Thank you for being the generous supporter you are. Praying for abundant blessings in your life, my friend.

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