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Cranford on Masterpiece

I just LOVE every single Elizabeth Gaskell story I see on PBS! Cranford was such an endearing story. There was love, loss, tragedy, kindness. Oh, this mini-series has it all! It just warms my heart just thinking about it.

It is a story about a town called Cranford and the stories of the lives of the people in it.

Perfect for a Sunday evening

On to another subject: why am I so darn happy? I never knew that so much of my highs and lows were connected with the orb I used to be in.

I guess this is what flying really feels like?

Finished Sir Gawain and the Green Knight

It was much easier than I thought it would be! Sir Gawain was a hero! I loved the principles of integrity that are brought out in this story. This is a piece of medieval poetry that is accessible to anybody. It is short enough to not bore and meaty enough for discussion. Loved it.

It has been a while

I have started a few posts, but I never got back to them.

I looked for the words to the song Welcome to Love the other day, and I coudn't find them. I found the song on Rhapsody here:

Welcome to Love (the song is listed in the list of songs on the right of the page)

This song was given to me over and over again by the LORD when I was going through the horrific experience two years ago. I kept praying it over and over again for another person, but now I know that God had it for me to hear. He has welcomed me into a loving and kind place that shows His love like I have never experienced before. Before, I felt all the paranoia that this song talks about. I don't feel that in my new situation. The difference is as different as day and night.

Thank you for welcoming me to love, Lord. I am in such a good place.