The Official Writing Challenge
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04/11/05
I really enjoyed this write as well as identify with it. Good job.
04/11/05
Love the title and the article. Friendship has taken on a new form with the internet hasn't it?
04/11/05
Thanks for a special article that reminded me of the fellowship I have discovered in Christian chat rooms and web sites. We'll all meet one day. Right?
04/12/05
Good twist at the end!!
04/12/05
Yes, that's frienship. Knows no limit. Thanks for showing the good side of internet friendships, as we share here.
04/13/05
Reminds me of the saying, 'When women have coffee a marriage is saved.' Loved the tapestry angle.
04/14/05
Splendid! I loved this! I guess because I'm so there!
04/18/05
Hi there Jan. I probably won't get to do this every week, but I'll try to do it as often as I can. I really just wanted to let you know that "Tapestry" made it into the semi-finalist list for the Friendship Challenge. Be encouraged - you were right up there with the winners. With love, Deb (Challenge Co-ordinator)
03/31/06
Hi Jan,

I got to this article via visiting my sister's article you have chosen as the feature article the week of April 17, '06 (Father and Son - Elizabeth Whitehouse) and looking through your list of articles this one caught my eye as I have too written a similar article about friendship and fellowship (Master's Tapestry of Life) and, to make a long story longer, I met a fellow poet through her comment on my Tapestry article a couple of years ago - in cyberspace. Our friendship has grown deep and I'm excited to announce that we will be able to meet face to face even though our homes are on opposite sides of the country as my family will be visiting her home state this summer. The threads that bind us in fellowship are truly magnificent and not easily torn apart. Just one of the many blessings we share as we share our lives, faith and identity in Christ our Savior. Many blessings your way! Jody
06/13/07
I could just see each of you sitting around "gabbing" and then the surprise, the internet. This is a good early piece.