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Encouraging Bible Verse for last week of March 2022

Every detail does not go unnoticed by God. He cares about the things that are important to each one of us, and when the godly call on Him, He leads the way for us to follow in faith. I hope this encourages you and gives you confidence that you are not alone.

Peace and blessings, Esther

“The Lord directs the steps of the godly. He delights in every detail of their lives.”

Psalms 37:23

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Welcome to my blog! My name is Esther and I'm so happy you are here. I'm an avid nature photographer and a daydreaming thinker. My posts revolve around photos of nature's beauty, homeschooling adventures with my 2 kids, sporadic reflections on my child's heart condition, Bible reading reflections, gardening feats, and other mish mash things. Hopefully you'll leave encouraged, pensive, or smiling at the simple things of life. Thank you for stopping by and hope you'll find some interesting posts to read!

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  1. Hi Esther,Ever since I changed my blog and web page, I’ve had a hard time logging in. I enjoy following your beautiful posts. This one reminding us of God’s constant love and presence in our lives is so beautiful and important.If you have a moment, log into my new website and click the “free pdf book” to get on my mailing list–I promise not to clutter your in-box. You don’t need the book, but someone else might and you can pass it on.We’re walking with Amelia through challenging times. She has just been diagnosed with subtile autism, a term not used here, but it definitely pegs her behaviors and may be of help in her therapy. She is kind of opposite the kid with ADHD, anxiety turns inward and is disabling. She is high functioning and hyper intelligent, but she has had such an extraordinarily difficult time learning how to deal with the anger that builds up when she is in an anxiety producing situation and has to just “suck it up” until she gets home where it is safe. As she has grown older, she has learned some coping strategies–some healthy and some not so healthy.  So every time I read about the challenges you face with your two, my heart goes out.Lots of love,Fran


    1. Fran, it’s good to see you here again. I can’t imagine how difficult it is for Amelia and for you all to deal with the diagnosis. Finding out something like that rocks your world and seeing someone you love in pain hurts a lot. I hope Amelia gets the best proper therapy to help her deal with those anxieties. The human spirit is amazing in learning coping skills to get through challenging times. We all have interesting stories to tell! But she is lucky to have you as her advocate and gran; wise and knowledgeable about learning and development.
      I hope you know how grateful I am that you read my stories. When I think of those days sitting in your office wondering when I’ll ever be able to graduate I’m glad to have had those challenging scholar days as your student. I learned then that I could achieve if I persevered, hung tight, prayed like a maniac, and made the most of those days. But do you know those days taught me that I could handle the highest level of stress and not die. I’m grateful for that and for you guiding me through that grueling process.
      Amelia is blessed to have you as gran and I believe that she will do amazing things despite her diagnosis! Does she write about it? Maybe it would be helpful for her to start a blog.
      Fran, I’ll check out your new website and get on your mailing list. The free pdf book sounds great! Thank you.
      Much love and hugs…Esther


    2. Fran, I tried the link to your website on your blog, but it says the link doesn’t work. And the link to your email address shows up as “page not found.” Could you send me the links? Thanks!


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