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June 21, 2011



Putting on the kettle in your honour, Heather. It's a hard lesson to learn but rest is a neccessary part of the creative process I've learnt. Thanks for the reminder.


Tea is a means of grace!


Absolute rest is when things are most quiet - when we can hear God speaking most directly. Good post, Heather.

Heather Goodman


Sent from my iPhone


That last comment is in reply to Thomas' comment on tea.

Anne Mateer

Ah, rest. Stillness. Something I'm still learning, as attested by the blog post I wrote for tomorrow before I read yours!

Jennifer Peacock

Heather: There is nothing more important you can write than yours and your Heavenly Father's love, mercy, and grace on your child's heart.

michele pendergrass

Like I said earlier, motherhood looks good on you :) This post is another adornment on your already beautiful being.

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