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Somewhere a new adoptive parent said to their new bundle of joy today, "We loved you before we knew you..."

"Little souls find their way to you, whether they're from your womb or someone else's." - Sheryl Crow

God has perfect timing; never early, never late. It takes a little patience and a whole lot of faith...but it's worth the wait.



I wonder how some one would react if I gave this card to them

1 Peter 3:3-4. Every girl should read this. :). Every girl should have this framed in their bedroom & bathrooms

Philippians 2:3

amen! : )



simple prayer

Women of God

Being a family.


trust God


Bless my children and grandchildren, Lord.

bible emergency numbers.


C.S. Lewis


"In an ideal world..."

better in flip flops