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Author Dana R Lynn and Interrupted Lullaby — 9 Comments

  1. God IS so good! Thank you so much for the prayers! I surely need them.

  2. I’m so sorry about the loss of your mother and the ill health of your father and siblings. Prayers!

    God is so good. He amazes me with His grace and blessings.

  3. The busiest time of my life is right NOW. My mother passed away last October. I moved in with my dad to care for him and my sister who also has health problems. I only brought necessities to his house and plan to bring the rest as I’m able. Dad has gotten steadily worse since we lost mom, and two weeks ago he had a heart attack. He is now in rehab trying to gain strength to come home. I’ve been busy running in to see him while trying to pay bills and keep things going at home. I have still not been able to clear mom’s clothes and things out, and move the rest of the my things from my house. All of my siblings are in ill health so all of these things fall on me. On top of that, I have to take care of my dad’s finances, pay my own bills, and manage the finances for our church.
    How am I managing? Honestly, I don’t know! It is only by the grace of God that I’m able to function. I just have had to learn to take one day at a time.
    Thank you for this blog and for letting me share. God bless you.

  4. Right now is a busy time as we are dealing with a medical conditional with our child. It can be depressing , tiring and overwhelming at times. Thanks for the chance to read an amazing book.
    Deana
    Jhdwayne(at)peoplepc(dot)com

  5. Thanks so much for sharing the lasagna recipe and book giveaway, ladies! Right now is the busiest time in our life. We have three children who keep us very busy, and their activities keeping us going in different directions!

  6. Right now. Why? Because I am quite sick with an awful cold at the moment and have had it since last week. And called in sick from work. My husband went skiing on Saturday and someone collided into him from behind breaking 3 bones and lacerating his kidney. I have never felt so helpless and busy all at once, trying to attend to him at the hospital, care for myself to be able to better care for him. The last thing he needs with those broken ribs is a cough… To buy a recliner he will be needing when he is able to return home. It’s super hard when you don’t feel well and still have to consider someone in much worse condition than yourself. As for how did I manage it? I am still trying to figure that out.

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