The Official Writing Challenge
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10/17/05
THis story shows how easy it is to let bitterness creep inside.thanks for sharing your story!
10/18/05
I enjoyed your story. Keep up the good work!
10/20/05
Great message in your story. Your entry is one that stood out to me this week. Keep up the good work.
10/20/05
Very sweet and endearing story! Thoroughly enjoyed!
10/20/05
Sadly these things still happen everyday in school. You captured his dilemma very well and made us feel every moment. Very good job.
I'm so glad Marvin was 'rescued' in the end. I just wanted to take him home and love him. I liked the contrast between a father who is led by his sinful desires and a godly mother who has trained her son well. Good work.
10/21/05
This was well written. I like how you described how he felt and she acted by the right choice of words. I learned from your style! thank you!
10/21/05
Praise God for mothers like Marvin's.
10/24/05
Yay Garnet! Congratulations on your 2nd place in the Level 1 awards, and 3rd place in the Editors' Choice. Well done.

Time to move on up to Level 2.

Love, Deb (Challenge Coordinator)
10/25/05
Garnet, that was a lovely, touching story. It's so true, I found myself thinking about adults that carry childhood memories that effect them all their lives. Thankful for the parent that carefully plants the right seeds in a child's life. This was a great story--well written. Congratulations on your win--well deserved. God bless, littlelight
Wow. This is a great piece, Garnet. A real contender and deserving of your win. Congratulations. You are a blessing. In Christ's name, Karen
Beautiful story! I can see why this was a contender indeed! Loved the depth of the message.