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Thoughts of the Season
Just Dropping in to Say Hello
March Thoughts of You
September 11, 2001
Thanksgiving Meditation
February, the Month of Love
Thoughts of the New Year
February is the Month of Love
May Is the Month of Beauty
Flying High in October
God Be With You in the Springtime
Thoughts of the Season in June
Are You Ready for Christmas?
Blessings and Prayers of March
Remembering Fathers in June
Long Hot Days of August
Changes of the Season in September
Giving Thanks in November
Celebrating Christmas
July of 2007
Wishing You Peace and Joy at Easter
September at the Beach
The Season of October
The Beach in October
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Blessings and Hugs from the Sisters

Blessings and Hugs from the Sisters

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My book came into being quite by accident. My sister, Madeline F. Sparrow, needed some cards to send to her shut-ins. She had over eighty at the time. She had used all that she could find. I said, “Why don’t I try to write a note of cheer?” I always thought about writing short stories. So I started writing verses. Each month, I would sit on my porch or at the kitchen window and think about God and how I felt on the day. I always looked at nature, the birds, squirrels, deer, etc. I wrote how I felt about the changes of the weather and the seasons. Many of those who received these verses responded with notes of thanks for lifting their day. Others were placed on the doors of nursing homes. Several suggested we have them printed into a book.

My book came into being quite by accident. My sister, Madeline F. Sparrow, needed some cards to send to her shut-ins. She had over eighty at the time. She had used all that she could find. I said, “Why don’t I try to write a note of cheer?” I always thought about writing short stories. So I started writing verses. Each month, I would sit on my porch or at the kitchen window and think about God and how I felt on the day. I always looked at nature, the birds, squirrels, deer, etc. I wrote how I felt about the changes of the weather and the seasons. Many of those who received these verses responded with notes of thanks for lifting their day. Others were placed on the doors of nursing homes. Several suggested we have them printed into a book.

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