Share. Participating in Kaitlyn Bouchillon’s #fmfsnailmail, I have been able to meet some incredibly strong women. Some of these women have had to endure some hardship in one way or another, but have grown in their faith because of it.
In my inbox, I found an author who answered Ten Questions via my blog. This same author, Jennifer Cook, just so happens to be on my current #fmfsnailmail buddy list.
So, what better time than now to share her Author Interview so that you may, too, have the pleasure of making her acquaintance. Share.
Dear. I use the word dear a lot when I refer to my friends: loyal, honest, and ever present. This term may sound a bit dated to some, but this adjective works for me. I cherish these friends and love them with deep affection, and according to Dictionary.com, this defines “dear,” so I must be on the right track. A self-described old soul in an aging body, I embrace the word dear.
Currently participating in Kaitlyn Bouchillon’s #fmfpartysnailmail, I wrote my first letter to a woman blessing on my list and gladly began with a salutation of “Dear.”
And, without a doubt, I think the most important time to use dear is in prayer with the Big One above.
Thank you for all of the blessings in my life even if it takes me a while to discover them. Thank you for all of the friends who have become family. Thank you for guiding me to Kaitlyn Bouchillon’s #fmfpartysnailmail so that I may encourage others through the written word. Thank you for allowing me to be a part of an incredible man’s life. Thank you for giving a dear friend the strength to do what is right for her and her children.
In Your Name I Pray,