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Wednesday - our company left, and family home.

Wednesday, June 26, 2013

My lovely company returned to Austin. The visit was really sweet. We have known each other at least 50 years. We went to church together, she attended the blind school and I the "normal". After surgery she came to our high school and I can't say I was very kind and caring to her. God has His ways as later in life I became her Sunday School teacher in Austin. Guess who taught who? She cares for her blind and challenged brother and has for the past 20 years. I am glad we developed and maintained a friendship as she is the most kind caring, forgiving and Christ-like person I have ever known. I am blessed to have her as a steadfast friend.

DM and DS came home - I had all the bed remade and the laundry done and folded and all the lawns mowed. DS wanted tomato sandwiches for supper. Easy, so I obliged.

Trust Psalm 18 of 71...

Psalm 25:20 O keep my soul, and deliver me: let me not be ashamed; for I put my trust in thee.

God help us put our trust in You; so that we might not be ashamed.
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  • KENWANNE2013
    What a lovely story. I am so glad you found friendship with her. When young, I knew a girl at school who wasn't particularly kind to me as the only disabled child in the school. Years later we met up again and she's become a great friend - knowing her now has changed how I view our school days...I guess because now when I look back I realise that she was on a path to becoming a lovely person.
    1724 days ago
    What a beautiful Story , sound like a lovely reunion. My Mom is blind in one eye . Hugs K - Thanks for stopping by yesterday !! emoticon
    1725 days ago
    Glad to hear you enjoyed the visit. Friends are very special.
    1725 days ago
    PTL! He puts people in our paths for a reason!
    1725 days ago
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