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  1. I remember the song, Phyllis, and what a wonderful experience it was a for my boys to participate in that. Glad to see you are spreading your wonderful thoughts around.

  2. Lovely story! I think parenthood is the ultimate ripple, or maybe tidal wave. I think about how my parents’ impact continues to guide and shape me, even though Dad went to be with Jesus and, although Mom’s still here, let’s face it, I grew up and moved out long ago. I hope whatever Mick and I have done as parents has set the right ripples on their way through our soon-to-be fledged children’s lives.

  3. I love the post about ripples. We throw pebbles in the pool when we teach a subject to those who have the desire to learn. I experienced the ripple effect when teaching “at-risk” adults a number of years ago. One of students now has a very good job at USAA, has raised her daughter in church she calls “Jesus school” , and achieved her goal of owning her very own home. We never really know how many folks will receive a blessing from that pebble we toss.

  4. I love the post about ripples. We throw pebbles in the pool when we teach a subject to those who have the desire to learn. I experienced the ripple effect when teaching “at-risk” adults a number of years ago. One of students now has a very good job at USAA, has raised her daughter in church she calls “Jesus school” , and achieved her goal of owning her very own home. We never really know how many folks will receive a blessing from that pebble we toss.

  5. Beautiful stories and words by a beautiful lady…..And this is just the beginning. It’s time for you to shine the light God has given you with your encouraging words and thoughts. He has been preparing you for this audience all of your life.

  6. Phyllis,, I truly enjoyed reading the blog. Not only is it entertaining. it does have you thinking of consequences in your life. I could almost imagine standing with you at the photographs and discussing the contents of the canvases. Pondering the chair and the places it has been and how did he choose the placement of each picture he took of the rustic piece of furniture. Thanks again for inviting us to read your blog and I look forward to more articles.
    Sincerely,
    Glinda Majors
    Cairo, Ga.

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