Tanya, The Dairy Wife created this special award yesterday. She said:
This is a brand new never been used before award. I created it yesterday because I have read a few blogs lately that touched my heart and won't let go.It's about reading someone's story that grabs hold of your heart, and after you've moved on .... you remember, and are reminded that you've been blessed. It's about faith, and love and hope for ourselves, our future, our families and those we love. It's about empowering women and standing strong together. It's about the fight we have in us to survive relationships, abuse, cancer and loss of loved ones. It's about overcoming struggles that make us stronger and who we are today. Simply, it's about love. Loving one another.
I was so honored by Cynthia at Walking On giving me this very special award! Thank you so much for this lovely award!! Here are the kind words she had to say about me:
Carolyn, who's heart is so filled with love for others and who struggles through daily with the challenges life brings having a special needs child, having the strength to go on after her own trials (read about When Gramma Fell) and facing the sorrow of sickness (her daughter has Lupus.
I am so humbled to be chosen for this very special award. I am passing this "YOU BLESSED ME" AWARD on to:
Debbie at Chocolate and Coffee Debbie has a blog that is a ministry to women! Like I have said before she could write the books they use at Sunday School or for the Women Devotional Booklets! She has been an inspiration to me helping me get through another day with hope in my heart knowing that God will see me through any difficultly I might face! Thank you for your wonderful help, Debbie!
Connie at Little Red Hearts from God Connie is a hospice nurse and a wonderful person!! She to can write like a pro!! Her post will touch your heart and bring you to tears almost every time you read it!! Some of these post are the most moving I have ever read. She has a ministry going on her blog! Thank you for sharing your heart with us, Connie!
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