Thursday, March 10, 2011

Thin Place Story: The Eyes

Today, I have the privilege of sharing my Thin Place Story at marydemuth.com.

The Eyes That Drew Me Home

I talk about a crisp May morning when my mother only had a few days to live and I didn’t have the strength to care for her; to be in her presence. 

And how our faithful God met me through her eyes.

Will you read this story, there?

{If you don’t know Mary Demuth or the team that assists her, or the resources she offers to writers, then stay at her place for a while.  She, and her team, are great encouragers and you can share your thin place story too!}

Sharing with imperfect prose at Emily’s 

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and Mama’s Heart and Erin’s

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9 comments:

  1. thank you abby... heading over there now...

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  2. Your post about your mama's death is beautiful. I just lost my mama last month.
    (I am so honored to have you as my newest blog follower by the way.)

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  3. I sat with my 97 year old mother as she passed away. It was such a peaceful experience. I will head over now to read your story. I came over from Mary's place to meet you. I have great faith in the Lord also. He was with me and my disabled daughter (still is) through our journey. http://annbest-jen.blogspot.com/p/about-jen-brain-injury-journey.html

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  4. Heading over to Mary's place now to read your story...but just wanted to say hello here first -- so pleased to meet you. Thanks for your comment on Jen's post -- I really do hope to spend some more time here...I like the thoughts you have going on!

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  5. Thanks for stopping Michelle. I am planning to do your link-up this week...I've been wanting to, but didn't want to do it if I couldn't commit to reading others...but this week...:)

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  6. Thank you, Ann, for coming and for reading my 'thin place' story. I checked your blog out more and started to follow, but will hope to read more in the future.

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  7. ABBY, loved spending some time here today. Love your heart for students, for Jesus, for the broken in the world, for justice, for your kids and family. It's such a gift that those students have you to speak into their lives. To model for them what it means to love well. Press on, sister. Have a great weekend.

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