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December 09, 2005

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shannon

deb--- glad to know you are normal.. thanks for being real, transparent and vulnerable.

cindz

welcome back to the blogosphere debbie! it's so good to read from you again. i'm sorry you're going through this time. just know your friends and family are thinking of you and praying for you.
*hug* cindz :-)

bobbie

i like the fleetwood mac version of the song better but i think it's because of the memories attached to it.

this is one of the most difficult areas for me too - engaging outside. i'm okay in the blogosphere, but having to have that outside interactions just sometimes seems to draining and dangerous sometimes.

thanks for sharing and welcome back!

elegy

i've found that the billy corgan version moves me the most, filling me with melancholy and lost memories. its beautiful...

StCasserole

Could it be that you needed time away?
Welcome back!

Susan

Debbie,
I'm lifting up a prayer for you right now. Asking our Abba Father to put His arms around you and comfort you. Sometimes you need to recharge, renew, restore, and replinish your spirit. If you ever want to come here for some personal r & r the door is always opened. I remember when I had young children I always took a week or two off every year to do just that. Also I find myself with too many expectations for the holidays. My motto this year is simplicity. Keep it simple! What would happen if we were only allowed to give spiritual gifts to each other?

Susan

Debbie,
I'm lifting up a prayer for you right now. Asking our Abba Father to put His arms around you and comfort you. Sometimes you need to recharge, renew, restore, and replinish your spirit. If you ever want to come here for some personal r & r the door is always opened. I remember when I had young children I always took a week or two off every year to do just that. Also I find myself with too many expectations for the holidays. My motto this year is simplicity. Keep it simple! What would happen if we were only allowed to give spiritual gifts to each other?

Deborah Schumacher

I'm thinking about you and wishing you a Happy New Year.

I come by and read you as part of my regular church blog and hope you are doing well.

miller talbot

Mum,

turn off the water works. we need to hear your earthy tales of life in the kingdom. we love your perspective and the simple truths that apply to each of us.

i understand writer's block and it sound like you've got it bad. but buck up, you're great and we love you!

peace

wilsonian

I know you've been busy moving again...

But I'm with Miller. Miss your presence here.

the blicks

Don't let discourgement win, Debbie. This is the tenth time I've hoped you are blogging. In EVERYTHING give thanks. Cindz went to the Stuart's church on sunday and was blown away by what Bruce had to say and how he said it. Stay tuned.....love fleur blick

David

Debbie
Sent here from Andrew's blog today - I am a big fan. But reading this, I really feel there is a need for the blogosphere to hear your voice also. The move to Stromness was lghtly skipped over by TSK, but there is another side of the story. The fact that the furniture doesn't fit, things lost, the tears shed. We need to hear this because this is what life is about. Women connect with things in a different way - people need to hear that.

My wife struggles with motherhood too, I can't get her to even read my blog!

Amy Dale

Debbie,
I know we haven't met, but my husband reads your husband's blog and hooked me into your blog a while back! I LOVE it and really got so much out of reading it! I really value who you are and all that you have to give. Thanks for mentoring me without knowing it! I really miss reading it! Is it over?
Amy

whitney

Hey Lady

I am just really missing you.....

fleur blick

Debbie, let's talk. I met another Debbie at NorthBeach Bapos in the tiny tots creche. Before she told me her name, I told her she reminded me of you. They have four boys and lost a girl. She is searching for a mission and was intrigued by your family. You have been a mum to all of mine. Thanks and may you continue to be real and authentic always. love fleur blick

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