My 3 boys and I

October 5, 2007

A thru Z writing journey Introduction

Filed under: A thru Z writing journey,faith — by my3boysandi @ 9:32 am

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I found this the other day at Denise’s blog

It is being hosted by Elisa
This is what she says about this new writing journey

“Depending on the life lessons the Lord is striving to teach each, what we understand, realize, and appreciate may change and become more meaningful and powerful in our understanding of who we are and who God is.

A thru Z is going to be my grand experiment of recording the new things God is teaching me—those unexpected truths, possibly a few deep thoughts, and maybe some light-hearted, won’t-mean-a-thing-in-a-year moments where I see a different side of myself, appreciate something new about a loved one, take notice of the previously insignificant, or even glimpse another side of my Holy God. As I move through each letter of the alphabet, I’ll record what each letter stands for from this new perspective with the hopes of leaving a legacy of lessons.

Maybe you’ll decide to join me in this unpredictable, time-frame-less writing adventure and we can learn together about what it means to look at life A thru Z.”

If you do decide to join us, go to Elisa’s blog and follow her directions



  1. So glad you are doing this my friend, love you.

    Comment by Denise — October 5, 2007 @ 6:10 pm |Reply

  2. love you too Denise

    Comment by my3boysandi — October 6, 2007 @ 2:53 am |Reply

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