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Tuesday, March 28, 2006

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Chris

WOW Deb! How vividly I remember those days. You are so right when you called her a "classy lady". Even in her difficult day to day trial she was seeking to let the light of the Lord shine through her.What a blessing she was to everyone who went to cheer HER up, she ended up cheering US up!!! I must agree that serving her was a real blessing, a once-in-a-life time opportunity that leaves you feeling overwhelmingly touched by the Lord's grace, mercy, love and compassion!! I enjoyed your post, what sweet memories! Thanks

amanda p. wu

Your telling of this story brought tears to my eyes! Thanks for sharing it!!

crickl's nest

Very sweet memory. Thanks for sharing it! I was just visiting some elderly ladies from church at their retirement center today and wondering what my life might look like at that time of life. I hope I am as gracious and sweet as your Salena!

Christie

Randi

That is such a neat story, Deb! I got a little teary eyed reading it.

Deb

Thank you everyone for commenting and stopping by to visit.

(Thanks, Randi, for answering my question.)

Blair

Oh wow - what a sweet story! She sounds like she was one amazing lady. thank you for sharing this with us Deb.

Deb

What a nice story! I know you were a blessing to Salena. Just imagine how precious that scrapbook will be for her grandchild.
Glad I found your blog through the carnival.
From another Deb

Deb

Blair and Deb...thank you both for visiting Mountain Musings for the Carnival of Beauty and for leaving a comment. Stop by again if you'd like. :)

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