"Sometimes while I'm talking to God, He'll show me something about myself in such a way that I have to laugh at my own humanity and how funny I must look to Him." - Donna

Donna...just found your blog...I absolutely love it! And I love your singing! I'm at work right now and it was just exactly what I needed to hear to help me make it through tonight! Thanks for your ministry here!
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Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Are You Too BUSY to Say Thanks?

Column on The Dabbling Mum. Click here to read Are You Too BUSY to Say Thanks?

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Susannah said...

Hi Donna!

You're so prolific! (I hope I'm visiting you on the right blog.)

I was just thinking about ghosts and Halloween myself. Must be that time of year. :~)

Thanks for your visit today. I was interested to hear about your experience as a ministry wife. Looks like you have plenty of fruitful ministry going on right here in the blogosphere!

Many blessings,


Anonymous said...

Donna! I just found your comment on my photography blog (www.alyiceedrich.com) about the DVD slideshow you received from me. I am so THRILLED you loved it!

Rena Jones said...

Great post! I made sure to remind my kids to say thanks when they were trick-or-treating. My boys are pretty good about that usually, but I just wanted to make sure. When they did, it took some people by surprise, or so it seemed and they smiled and said, "You're so welcome!" I think it makes a huge difference, not just with kids, but with adults too. A lot of people at registers say, "Have a nice day!" as I'm walking away. Sometimes it takes them back when you say, "Thanks, you too." I guess not everyone does that. Anyway, great post, Donna -- thank you!

Donna J. Shepherd said...

Rena, that's funny you should comment on that. Saturday night, my neighbor mentioned that children were all being very polite, and I had noticed it, too. Perhaps we are seeing a return to civility and manners. That would be nice! Thanks for reading the column and taking time to comment.

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