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Sunday, May 21, 2006

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Sunday Post ~ "The bend in the road is not the end of the road, unless you refuse to take the turn." -- unknown


Proverbs 3:5-6


file under: &Sunday Post

24 heads are better than one . . .

Blogger Karen said...

Maybe I'm way off but this is what I got out of this post.

God will make my path straight by giving me the strength to turn the corner and see what lies ahead.

Thanks for making me think today, Susie.

 
Anonymous Summer said...

Hi, Susie. I'm sending you hugs today.

(And, apparently, some squab t, as it is my word verification. Mmm...squab tea.)

 
Anonymous Peaches said...

I got the same thing Karen did. He will give us the strength to make the turns.

We can take the turn, and lean on Him so we dont sway.

 
Anonymous Jeannie said...

Hi Susie,

This is the only second time I've posted in a blog. The first was at your urging, and you very nicely thanked me for doing it.
I come here Sundays just to see if you have posted. When I see the new post,I thank all the spiritual beings I can think of that you've once again found something within yourself to share your love once again.
Peace

 
Blogger eclectic said...

Hi Susie! It's awfully nice to see you, but I hope your road is not bending too sharply. Call me anytime, sis.

 
Blogger hellokittn said...

I love this one Susie :-). How true it is... Change is inevitable and our ablility to adapt is one of the beautiful things about being human. When our path changes, even though it kinda sucks... at least there still is a path to be had.

I hope your path is leading towards many a good thing. Hugs to you.

 
Blogger Von Krankipantzen said...

Love this quote. Hugs to you this sunny Sunday.

 
Blogger It's Me, Maven... said...

Some twists in the road are more twisted than others!

Hope your Sunday is glorious!

 
Blogger Squirl said...

Hi, hon! Happy Sunday!

We can always hope that we clearly see that turn in the road. Much easier to take it when you can see it. :)

 
Blogger Sometimes Saintly Nick said...

Inspiring thought. Thanks and shalom!

 
Anonymous sheryl said...

To quote the veritable Jeannie

"you've once again found something within yourself to share your love once again."

And I love you.

 
Blogger Dr H.O. Potamus said...

Hey susie,

Hope your world is cheering up. If not maybe some of my wisdom will help. As a takeoff on head and all

You say " 'X' number of heads is better than one"

and as a followup...

"Any Head is better than none"

Why do I think of this stuff?

Dr H.O. Potamus-Phrase Turner

 
Blogger MrsDoF said...

The walkway looks like the one across the fen (definition: low, flat, swampy land; a bog or marsh) at our church camp.
I didn't know the official name either, until a sciencey type person explained it to a group doing a bunch of reclamation work. Gotta love us volunteers willing to apply the DeeT and go pull weeds where copperhead snakes are known to be lurking.

 
Blogger Circus Kelli said...

Life is a crazy rollercoaster. Sometimes, all you can do is hold on tight, squeeze your eyes shut and pray that you don't lose your lunch going around the next bend. ;)

 
Anonymous Old Horsetail Snake said...

Does this wind up the ocean or the kudzu?

 
Blogger Mainline Mom said...

Hey Sus...great post. I've missed seeing your comments around the blogosphere, here and there. Hugs and prayers from me today.

 
Blogger Susie said...

Thanks, friends, for stopping in. My road is very bendy right now, and I'm trying to take the turn.

 
Blogger dashababy said...

Hi Susie,
I had to come over and say "Hi". I was so happy to see that you left me a comment on my blog and I didn't know if you would come back so I came here to say "It's great to see your cute little comments". Thanks.
Kathy

I hope your road gets less bendy.

 
Blogger Dawn said...

hi susie

just wanted to say hi and i've been thinking about you lots. hope things start looking up for you soon.

hugs,
dawn

 
Blogger mrtl said...

Hi honey! Finally starting to peek back into Blogland to get caught up.

The place in the picture looks familiar. Just south of you? If so, K and I used to ride our bikes on that path. Happy memory - I'd turn beet red from my asthma.

Hope all is well with you. Lots of hugs and big, sloppy kisses!

 
Blogger Dang Cold.. said...

Hi Susie,

That pic reminds me of a trail I walked through in Algonquin Park last summer.

I'm thinking about you and rootin' for you.

dc

 
Blogger Dr H.O. Potamus said...

Susie,

I saw your funny comment over at Dash's place and I thought (like I do rarely) she is so funny, witty and clever without vulgarity, blasphemy, or crudeness.

I thought...OMG....I"m the Anti-Susie!

Dr H.O. Potamus

 
Anonymous sheryl said...

Susie,
I just wanted to stop by and let you know I am thinking about you every day.

I really really really am praying for good things.

I have imagined all the cells in your body being cleansed and nourished and returning to an ideal balance.

But it is very hard to do, because, well, you have BILLIONS and BILLIONS of cells. I am a very good multitasker! I have to drink lots of water and take my vitamins to do a good job for you. Not to brag, but I think it is working!

I would hug you but I have learned that a good raspberry on the bottom of the foot can be even more healing. My niece says so!

 
Blogger lawbrat said...

Just wanted to drop by and let you know you are in my prayers and thoughts. You are a very special person, full of love and kindness. I hope you're giving yourself some love and kindness.

 


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