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December 02, 2010

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Evelyn Jackson

Hello! I'm new to your blog, but I'm very much enjoying it. I'm a relatively recent Episcopalian who is spending the winter in France...very far from an Episcopal church! So, I like that you post your sermons; I wish my priest at home would do this! I miss being able to worship. The tiny village where I'm staying does have a Catholic church, but its itinerant priest is only here one Sat. a month and I haven't caught a service yet. I see you are very in tune with gratefulness. Have you checked out the website, www.gratefulness.org? It's pretty cool.

Ann Markle

Hi, Evelyn, and welcome!  Winter in France -- how lovely!  My dream someday when I retire is to spend winters in Sicily and summers in Buffalo, NY.  So if you are still wintering in France (is that a regular thing, or a one-time event?), we must visit!


Ann

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Sharon

Poor Clementine!! I'm so glad she got home safely. I'm also glad you are posting more often. We just got back from a few days in Philly, but I have a new one planned in the very near future. Ann, please send me anything electronic, if you have anything, about the Gulley book. I love Phillip Gulley and I am interested in reading The Case for God, even though I don't know how I'm going to fit in all the books I'm already reading. Give the doggies pats from me, please.

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