8 thoughts on “My 2018 Word

  1. Janet

    Thank you. Remember like you said means different things to each of us. We all have a lot to be thankful for.

  2. Patti Jo Hibshman

    Hello Cindy!
    Happy St. Brigid’s Day to you too!
    I am in two book clubs. So, it is a push to get the two books read each month with my other duties. But I love to read! I just finished “Winesberg, Ohio” by Sherwood Anderson. It is a series of short stories. And now I am rereading “Mudbound” by Hillary Jordan. I have read it in the past and I have also seen the Movie on Netflix.
    How are you?

    1. cthomson

      Hi Patti Jo! Nice to hear from you. I haven’t read those two books. We are fine. Miss the days when we would see you. Hope you are well!

  3. Diana Lynn Montgomery

    Remember is very important to me! Through the trials I have been through and God bought me through is such a blessing. A big remember is keeping my focus on the Lord through all things. When I take my eyes off Him and I keep the control of me I fall. So glad you shared that with us.

  4. Carrie

    Thanks. It is good to remember the blessings. I am going through a difficult time, so it is good for me to remember times God has been faithful to me and those around me.

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