Author Elizabeth Goddard & Sheltering Love — 8 Comments

  1. I am so enjoying being able to interact with authors in this way. Not sure who the shoe lover is. – I do know from my four year old, that loving shoes can be addictive. Last year when my dad was in hospital, we were not allowed to take her in to see my dad. We took turns sitting outside with her. She would look at guests coming into the hospital, and if she liked their shoes, she would let them know. A year later and she still loves shoes (I think it is addictive).
    I think that writing down memories of a loved lost one is a great one to keep and preserve memories.

  2. I know who loves shows its Lenora Worth! Elizabeth one thing if you are on Lyn’s blog again you should be safe (unless you have grand mother in laws).
    Not big on shoes (although looking at the pile in the porch you wouldn’t know it) I have runners lots of them. the old pair, the not so old pair, the good pair, the ones to wear in winter. I wear runners alot and summer they are the lighter weight ones and winter the covered ones. I also have some sandals and thongs (I think you call them flip flops) I dont have many good shoes partly cos fancy shoes hurt my feet. I struggle to wear court shoes cos of they blister my heals. I dont like heals as they hurt my knee.

    I love the look of your new book. I have read several of your heartsong present books.

  3. Wendy & Teri,
    I’m not a shoe shopper though I just bought a pair of Ugg’s -on clearance!

  4. I don’t know which Love Inspired author is known for her shoe collection (Lyn, would that be you?), but I do know that in our family, my mother was. She loved shoes and could never pass up a shoe sale – usually came home with several new pairs that she didn’t need. She died 16 years ago this month, but I still have a pair of her shoes. They’re too little for me, but I kept them because they were her favorite the last year of her life – a pair of blue canvas slip ons. As for me, I hate shopping for shoes. Maybe it’s because I spent so many years tagging along behind my mother while she shopped. 🙂

  5. I will be praying for you and your family. Loss is not an easy thing to deal with and I hope the Lord will heal your hearts in His time.
    Best of luck on your writing!

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