I introduced this boy to you and he was an instant hit. Still is, except now he has his own Love Dasko button.(thanks to BF)
I shared my churn collection, my basket collections, my pewter, my lighting, but most of all I have shared my life, my family, my happy times and my sad. Most importantly I hope I have shared my faith and love of God. I have cried with people who have lost their loved ones, been diagnosed with illnesses, I have rejoiced in promotions, births, graduations, awards, and healing. You were with me through the dark days of Amanda's diagnosis, and following treatments. You offered prayers and they were heard. I have become close friends with so many of you and have entertained you in my home. Who would have thought that 199 posts ago? Not me. So to all of you who are still with me 200 posts later I say a huge thank you! To each of you who have read my meandering words, who have commented and who have accepted me into the world of blogging, I am humbled and grateful. You have been an inspiration to me in so many ways. I have formed prayer partners, (the cyber world is not all bad) and have made as I said earlier some life long friends. I consider it a privilege to pray for you, laugh with you, and cry with you. 200 post! Who'd a Thunk it?
Well, I must say I would never have known what a blog was, until I saw in Country Sampler,where Linda Rudman had a blog, Behind My Red Door, and I started reading it. Then through, Linda's I think, I found Karen Martinsen's My Colonial Home.Karen had a whole bunch of blogs on her sidebar, so Hee Haw! Up until that point I had never HEARD of a blog! So thanks you two for opening this world of blogging up to me.
Thanks to each of you who come Through My Back Door where life is good. I am honored.
PS: Our coffee today is thanks to my church friend, Judy Lewis. Or maybe to her husband Tom. She bought decaf K cups and Tom won't drink decaf, so she gave it to me! Thanks Judy. Or Tom. lol
PSS: Dale is pretty much the same. Please continue to pray for him and the family. Lindsey was to start a new job in Nashville tomorrow, but can't. She should be having fun decorating her apartment, choosing wedding pictures, not having to endure this pain. So please continue to pray.I will share this with you. This is a family of great faith and a love for God. They are prayers and believe in the power of prayer.
PSSS: The field trip to Debs is on for tomorrow. I didn't want to share my 200th. Not true. She hasn't sent me all of her pictures yet!lol She is just like her Mother!!!!!!!