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Well done. May we keep fighting the fight for life.
02/08/06
Wow. Very compelling.
02/10/06
Very well done ... and it was so lovely that she changed her mind at the end. Phew! Sad that it so often isn't that way, though, isn't it. Good writing.
I was captivated. Thanks for sharing.
02/11/06
Moving. Well done. Thanks for sharing.
02/11/06
This was wonderful. You did a great job showing the struggle this woman was going through and how she got there. Good job.
A creative writing teacher once said, "Write to the emotional center of the experience." That's what you've done here! Good job! You've involved your readers with the process of decision-making - and reminded us to obey God's call on our lives.
This was a very moving story. The thoughts and emotions of the young lady were vivid and alive. It is interesting how we have a tendency to blame God for own bad choices and the consequences that follow. But in Angie's case, there was fear and denial. Even more interesting is how you brought out how God never left her despite her blame. Angie was in control of her own choices bad and good, including her choice to listen to the voice of God and save her unborn child. Excellent story.