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Sunday, September 24, 2006

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Sunday Post ~ "The road to a friend's house is never long." -- Danish Proverb

"Especially if you know your friend's URL." -- Susie Fairchild


Ecclesiastes 4:10-12
(Thanks, Ern :)

file under: &Sunday Post

23 heads are better than one . . .

Anonymous Heartworks said...

The verse reminds me of a quote I loved from Northern Exposure.

"One person can have a profound effect on another. And two people...well, two people can work miracles. They can change a whole town. They can change the world."

Happy Sunday, Susie

 
Blogger Squirl said...

Great quote, especially the addition by Susie Fairchild! :D

Love you, sis!

 
Blogger Nina said...

:) I love the Proverb and the Susie Fairchild quote. And might I add email . ..
Happy Sunday dear Susie!

 
Anonymous Michelle said...

Adorable. Is that yoour little one? I love her dress! I sometimes wish that they made children's clothes for adults...we would all be much cuter and comfier!

 
Anonymous Sharkey said...

I love your addition to the quote. Stop by anytime!

Thinking of you today.

 
Anonymous Katy said...

Ain't technology something!

How else could I bake a cake and a cherry pie and still have time to visit with an old friend all in the same morning?!

 
Blogger Traci said...

Awwwww...love the baby pic! And the quotes...I hope you have a lovely Sunday my friend.

 
Anonymous Emma said...

Happy Sunday Susie!

Love the proverb and your addition - both very true.

I hope you're having a good day today. I'm thinking of you too and stop by every day to check in on you.

Much blove

Emma x

 
Blogger Naomi said...

Hugs to you Susie!

The net is a great way to be close to those far away! It gives us chances to meet SOOOO many people we'd never know otherwise.

Shall we share a cookie and a giggle some day? I'd love it!

Happy Sunday!
God bless!

 
Blogger Von Krankipantzen said...

I love Blogville. They are a great bunch. Happy Sunday.

 
Blogger Susie said...

hi, heartworks :) That is a good quote. Northern Exposure was one of my favorites. Happy Sunday to you, too.

squirl, thinking of you and yours all the time. Hope everything is heading in the right direction, still.

nina, yes, mustn't forget email, one of the shortest roads to a friend :) I hope your week is a good one for you, my friend.

michelle, that's our youngest niece, who is delightful. I know I used to dress my little girl in clothes that I wished they made in my size. She's 10 now and will have none of that. I think now her clothes are too "mature" for me :(

shawkey, thank you. I will stop in. Knowing that so many others are thinking of me somehow helps me think about myself less, which is a good thing, these days. Thank you, again.

katy, mmmm, pie :) These are the days of miracles and wonders. (And aren't you an over-achievin' somebody, today?)

traci, thank you, and I really hope your Sunday is what you need it to be, too.

emma, thank you. This is "our" Emma in the pic; I think I mentioned her to you in email? Thank you for visiting me. Even though you don't have a blog, I feel I "know" you :)

naomi, I'm always in favor of cookies and giggles :) And yes, I've "met" people that, for various reasons, I never would have met otherwise. It's been such a blessing.

kranki, happy Sunday to you, too. We do "live" in a VERY nice neighborhood, here, don't we? :)

 
Blogger Mainline Mom said...

Great quote addition! BTW my yoga guru/therapist commented on my blog that she stopped by your blog and read about your WTF disease and now she wants to work on you. You can stay at my house if you ever feel like a visit to the city of brotherly love.

 
Blogger WILLIAM said...

Ern suggested the bible quote? She is so Smart. I love that passage. It has a certain MR T. ring to it.

 
Blogger Circus Kelli said...

"For if they fall, the one will lift up his fellow..."

I'm not sure I can add much to what has already been said so well here, Susie. A great verse, and a cute picture... as always, I'm here if I can help in any way.

Hugs!

 
Blogger Susie said...

mainline mom, thank you. And as for your yoga guru, I am open to all suggestions for any sort of anything that would help. No diagnosis and no treatment as yet; just continuing to be at the mercy of strange and troubling symptoms.

william, I pity the fool that mentions Mr. T on my blog :p Yes, that Ern is one smart cookie. I love that passage, too; more and more and more :) And I think Mr. T has LOTS of rings.

ck, thank you. I know you're there for me. Hugs back to you :)

 
Blogger Ern said...

That's some early posting you were doing this morning, girlie!

Ecclesiastes has long been my favorite book in the Bible. I have always felt it was some of the most honest, most human writing in the whole Book. Especially when you are feeling like, "WTF?" and don't want to read niceness and platitudes. :)

I hope your Sunday was lovely, not too rainy, and full of hope.

[Heh, my word verification is "zebribe". Maybe if we all send zebribe to ze WTF Dz, it will let you go?]

 
Blogger eclectic said...

I think I have more URLs memorized than real-life street addresses. I'm not sure that's something about which to boast, but there it is. Sometimes the blogging just hits the spot, y'know? Though I'd give my right arm to be close enough to help Squirly move this weekend, or to sit and have coffee with you, etc. Sometimes the blogging doesn't quite fill the gap. I do love your photo and quotes. Wishing you a happy, healthy Monday, dearie.

 
Blogger Lynn said...

What Eclectic said.

Have a great week, Susie!

Word verification: gutern
translation: Good Erin

 
Blogger Susie said...

ern, as you can imagine, these verses are particularly meaningful right now, and you've inspired me to read Ecclesiastes more :) I'm going to look into installing a Paypal button to start taking zebribes ;)
(oh, and yes, WTF keeps me up at night quite a lot :(

eclectic, I know, I wanted to be in Michigan over the weekend, too. I'm probably not up to moving much, but I'm pretty sure I could sit and boss, and that's always helpful during a move ;)

lynn, thank you, my dear. You have a good week, too -- in your fancy new clothes ;)
Yes, gutern, indeed.

 
Blogger Mr. Bloggerific Himself said...

KITTY!

 
Anonymous peaches said...

Your quote is great! The verses are perfect!

I'm thinking of you.

 
Blogger Momentarily_Distracted said...

Happy Monday, Susie!
I hope things are going well for you. :o)

 
Blogger Effie said...

"There was a little girl who had a little curl right in the middle of her forehead. When she was good, she was very, very good, but when she was bad she was horrid."--although a little girl as cute as all that could never be horrid, right?!

Happy Chocolate Tuesday to you--I hope all is going well with you today! Hugs!

 


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