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gautami

'Poiema'

I like that!

tinker

What a lovely post, Bonnie. I've always loved the name 'Bonnie' - in fact, that's what I named my youngest daughter. I will have to share this post with her.
Continuing to send healing wishes your way~xox

Susan

Glad to see you posting again. Was a bit concerned....

Tumblewords

Lovely post!

Tammy

I was getting worried but I came back from festivities and here you are. I know it's frustrating but God gave you a gift and he will continue to work through you.

BIG HUG

Jean Foist

Hello Bonnie,

Thanks to Mary, I found your blog. I can't imagine what you have been going through. But this recent entry is most encouraging....sensing renewed hope for whatever may be ahead. I hope that somehow, in an amazing way, you will find joy in the journey. We were amused driving down the mountain from tea plantations in Cameron Highlands, Malaysia...a few years ago. A young man was carrying his guitar as he hiked down the narrow path. He was not just carrying it, he was PLAYING it as he walked down the mountain. It made a lovely image of "joy in the journey". We'll continue to pray for your hands to heal.

Jean...Ruth's sis

Jennifer

Welcome back! I love how you described the symphony of your body. We are the Body of Christ, you just aren't the hand...just teasin' I understand about the hands. My hubby lost complete use of his hands for 6 months after his carpal tunnel surgery. He's still doing therapy and it's been 2 years. So frustrating. It's difficult to remember its not about us. It's about Him.
You are 'Beautiful'-beautifully and wonderfully made!

Lorinda Denton

I have had several near misses on seeing you in Multnomah Village. Maybe another time. I hear good things from Fred on your progress.

You know my favorite scripture is in Jeremiah 18.

Glad to see you back on here.

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