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Thursday, September 13, 2007

Y'ALL!! My modem is broken so I have not been able to post...oh the horror of it all! Just wanted to let you know why I have been missing. Also, the headache went away...and I was so thankful! I know it does not seem like a big deal...but it just scared me from having meningitis in the past.

I want to recommend the book "Downpour" by James MacDonald. You will not be disappointed!!! Gotta run! More to come :)

6 comments:

Heather said...

Hope you get it back soon ... I miss you! :)

lorisue said...

Glad to hear you are ok and it is just computer problems! How was Tuesday? I was in SeaSide, FL with my husband.....SO FUN. At Deeper Still my mom bought me the set of Wising Up that has the sessions on marriage and kids....I am so excited :) I will not be there this next Tuesday either because I will be Tennessee. I just wanted to make sure you knew why so you would not think you ran me off :)

Have a great day,
Lori

connorcolesmom said...

Jenny,
I am so glad your headache is feeling better!!
I also have posted the updates from this past weekend!
Much love,
Kim

Fran said...

Hey girl...
Give us the scoop on Wising Up and what ya'll are doing right now. I almost bought a couple of them this past weekend in Nashville but for some reason didn't. Maybe because we just started another one. Anyway....I guess I was just curious which one or ones ya'll were doing.

Glad you and computer are ok.....you were missed!
Love and blessings...

He Knows My Name said...

Hey Jenny ~

I was just thinking yesterday, I think she has a bad, bad headache. So I am really glad it's your modem, although. About Downpour. It's kind of one of those books that I wasn't sure about. I love books. I just got done with Get Out of That Pit. Now I'm reading Believing God then my plan is to read Max Lucado's Facing Your Giants. I can highly recommend two more that are very easy reading with and awesome message 1. Just Walk Across the Room by Bill Hybels about witnessing and our everyday living and You Matter More Than You Think by Leslie Parrott about the significance of our daily lives us women have on people - I can't say enough about this book. I even went out and bought some sea glass to keep on my kitchen counter to remind myself I matter. Sorry for the long post. I'm certainly glad your ok.

Janel

He Knows My Name said...

Oops - I meant to say...based on your recommendation, I'm getting Downpour and adding it to my list. Thanks. :)