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October 20, 2018

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March 8, 2018
Once upon a time there was a girl ~ who was like a little pebble. She lived in the waters of life-like-a-river. Sometimes the waters were clear, flowing streams, but other times the waters were rough and rocky. This little pebble fought the turbulent waters of life ~ often being tossed to and fro by life's strong current.

The little pebble soon grew into a rock with jagged edges that made it difficult to settle into the stream of life, but, over time this jagged rock learned to yeild to the current of life is life and soon her rough edges began to wear down into smooth places.

The little pebble who grew a rock with jagged edges soon became a beautiful smooth Stone. The Stone found her place in the river and she let the Son shine on her . She let the waters of life flow over and around her. The smooth Stone became a resting place for others ~ who like turtles ~ would stop to rest with her, soaking up the Son.

Debbie Kizer
I miss you sweet Stone! Thank you for all the quiet moments when you called me to sit still and simply be, with you, to rest. Thanks for all the knocks on my door and 'you okay?',... 'you sure?'. Thanks for all the chocolate candy that made my taste buds dance in the middle of a rough day. Thanks for the wonderful memories of baptizing you in the rivers of life, ice cream in Gonzales, prayers to take away your pain and rainbow visions around the Throne of Jesus that made you laugh and laugh!!!