Hello, Friends and Followers. A dear and close member of my husband’s
family has suddenly become very ill and is currently fighting for her life in ICU. Because of this, I have not been able to focus on my novel-writing, or my blog recently.
So I thought I would share with you something that made my day on March 29th: one of my favourite bloggers, Diana Schwenk, chose my blog as her Friday Pick for that week. I was beyond flattered when she posted this. I suggest you check out her inspiring blog; you won’t be disappointed.
She’s real with a heart full of love and has inspired me many times to want to be a better person. Jennifer is also very interactive and this appeals to my “community building” nature. That’s why I follow Jennifer at Jennifer’s Journal. I hope you will have a look and I’m sure you will agree that Jennifer is worth a second look and a click on the follow button!
In her own words, Jennifer says:
Looking back on my blog after its first year, I can safely say that my Journal’s overall theme has turned out to be one of Love, more specifically, the sharing of what I love or have loved in my life, with you. Two years ago my husband and I got out of the city and returned to rural life in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. Our hope is to continue living life simply…
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7 thoughts on “Friday Pick 44 – a Reblog”
Jennifer, thinking of you & yours…take care.
Blessings ~ Wendy
Thank you, Wendy. It is my mother-in-law who is ill. We still have hope that she will recover. x
Hi Jennifer, my thoughts and prayers are with you, your husband and your family member who has become ill. I hope all goes well. (((HUGS)))
Hello. Thinking of you Jennifer. I hope things go OK.
It was great that Diana chose you for a Friday pick. You deserve the applause.
I am not sure if Diana remembers and Jennifer may not know, but I actually introduced you to each other 🙂
Diana had written a post and Jennifer a poem about the same concept (I cannot remember what now) and I sent Diana a link or a reference to your blog. I am glad you found each other because you are both two of my favourites (ie: blogs that I read) and you brighten my day. 🙂
Thank you, Diana. It is my sweet mother-in-law. She seems to be rallying today, and we should know more in the next couple of days. I appreciate your caring words. x
Thanks, Elizabeth. There is still reason to believe my mother-in-law will recover. Will know more soon.
I thought it was you who brought D and I together. A big thanks to you for that! I am so happy that I got to know the both of you. 🙂