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December 31, 2007


Mary E. DeMuth

Lovely lovely lovely.

All great reminders as we go forward, Dee.

I'm glad you are well.

dee stewart

As are you, Mrs. New book series. :)


Dee, so glad you are actively pursuing your WIP--you have a great voice.

Linda Hargrove's blog is the straight up tackling of racial issues in the Body of Christ and in the body of so-called Christian publishing.

So glad that recovery now feels tangible for you, Dee. May the Lord continue to bless your endeavors in Him and sustain a strong pulse for moving forward. In the Name of Jesus, Amen.

deborah gyapong

Happy New Year, Dee and all the rest of the Master's Artists who write and visit here.

Wonderful post. And I can't wait to read about the blinged out skeletons in our closets.

Awesome image.


Miz Melly

Dee, you have no idea how your words have encouraged me. I am so grateful for your faith. Mine is paper thin and fragile but reading your gutsy words give me hope that it may get stronger and I will get through this time. Blessings to you in 08.

Miz Melly

Madison Richards


2007 was one of the more difficult years of my life. I couldn't wait for it to be over. It's so easy to say "out with the old, in with the new" when the year turns itself over, but you remind us not to give up on that which is not necessarily old, it's just "not yet". I really needed that reminder.

Thanks so much!


This encouraged me. God bless you, Dee.

I'm a coupla days past Watchnight, but your words are just as timely today, on January 2, 2008 as they were way back last year.

Dee Stewart

Oh, my. I'm sorry. I didn't come back to reply to all the nice comments. Thanks for reading and I'm grateful that God touched you through this post. Last year was tough for me and is not freshly gone, so I'm encouraged by your encouragement.

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