Saturday, January 29, 2011

"Dare I Dream Again?"

This past year has been very difficult for me. And now I'm trying to allow myself to "Dream" again. I still have alot to catch up on. And still in the process of healing. I suffered an injury that was life changing, and other health issues only complicate the process. This past year, the lesson learned is "Mercy". Mainly because "I" need it. I never know how much to share here because I prefer to be the one who encourages. I'm learning to cast my cares on the Lord.
I'll be back soon.~~Blessings, Deborah

14 comments:

KarenHarveyCox said...

The Lord always has a new dream, even when we can only lean on Him to get us to our next chapter. God bless you.

Karen

The Feathered Nest said...

Hi sweet Deb....I'm so very sorry it's been such a hard year ~ and please forgive me too for not calling....I'm such a bad caller anyway. Please do start blogging again!!!! I love seeing what's going on in your life and all that you do! sending you hugs and love, Dawn

The Rustic Victorian said...

Oh Yea! A post! Yea! I just about fell off my chair! I just had to tease you a little Deb. Since we talk on the phone all the time, and I pray for you all the time, well, I couldn't be more happy to see you post...and you surprised me. So kewl, lovely photo of the roses my friend. I think we need photos of flowers to get us through the end of winter...it won't be long till spring...the robins have returned from Flordia, and the mornings are a mess of bird chatter. Things will get better, God holds your hand always.
I thank God for your friendship, if nothing else would come from bloglandia,,it is worth haveing a blog to find you my sister.
Talk to you soon! Love and a big ole southern hug!♥♥♥♥♥♥
Marcie

Jonny J Petros said...

Hi Deborah, It is so nice to hear from you, I am sad though to hear about your injury, you are a wonderful and generous person I hope things get better for you. Your picture is a beautiful reminder of spring and warmer weather that's comming soon.Thank you so much for visiting me,You brought a smile to my face-it was heartwarming to hear from you.My sincerest best wishes for you,Jonny

Simply Debbie said...

Dear Deborah,
I have thought of you so much and since all my grief over Amy I have forgotten the names of so many bloggers I love.
I am soooooo very sorry you had a very bad year...you will have to email me and tell me all about your injuries and what all is going on. You, The Rustic Victorian, KarenHarveyCox and The Feathered Nest really all started blogging about the same time.
GOD GIVES US THE DREAM AND IT IS ALWAYS INSIDE OF US....it may lay dormant while we get closer to God but it never leaves.
Please start blogging again but only when you are ready and you will know when that is.
What the Lord has told me to do is KEEP SPRING ALIVE IN MY HEART, remembering something beautiful every day.
See God has placed a gift in you, that only you can do...there are people who you will touch their lives and you already have through your blog. Keep your head up and stay close to Jesus.
Hugs
Have A Sugar Sweet Day
Simply Debbie

~MyGalSal~ said...

God Bless you Deborah and never stoop dreaming. It is the stuff life is made of.

Splendid Little Stars said...

blessings and healing for you!

Lorraine @ creativedaily said...

Thanks Deborah for signing up to follow my blog. I do hope this year is progressing more positively for you.

Janee said...

Hello Deborah, I know what you mean about prefering the role of encourager. But, you know, I think there is great encouragement in sharing our burdens with those who care. It gives hope that friendship is a mutual caring process. Thank you for reaching out. My thoughts are with you. ~Janee

~MyGalSal~ said...

God Bless You Deborah and YES! allow yourself to dream again. Our dreams are what keep us going.

Sal

Becs said...

Hi Deborah. I hope you get to feeling better soon. I know how hard it is to adjust to a new and restricted lifestyle. I had to do it when I was diagnosed with Lupus. Praying for you. Becs

Kat said...

I'm sorry your year has been so difficult, I pray that a new leaf will turn soon. Hugs
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Doug and Debbie Crawford said...

It's okay to let others encourage an encourager...

crosshaven said...

Deborah
Healing can be a mighty change, just as illness is an awakener. I do in all things wish you gentleness in your journey, new perspectives, and a deeper sense of understanding. For an encourager MUST learn to receive or they become out of balance. Jesus gave freely to all, without judgement, but he also allowed himself to be taken care of. It shows a huge amount of humility.