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Sunday, February 22, 2015



Hi Deb! I like the idea of hymn ringtones. Come Thou Fount is one of my favorite hymns. Wow, you sure got a lot of snow. Our ice is finally melting. I'm over winter and ready for spring. Hope you all have a good visit with your sister-in-law this week!


Hope you have a fun visit and can get out and roam around without having to combat more snow! The picture of it is so pretty.



What a wonderful idea, Deb! I like it. That will be a future project :-) I am catching up on your blog today .. been too long.

Won't comment on every post, but I've looked at lots. Your family is an encouragement to me :-) I love the view from your front porch, although I'm sure you could have done with less snow (you had more than we did). I am looking to move this year, hoping/praying for a mountain view after many years without one.

God bless you, Deb and family, as you serve Him. Thank you for being faithful here. Psalm 40:10 ~Joyce

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