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A priceless perspective. I often ask people, "If you blame God for evil, then whom do you have to thank for blessings?"
An engaging read.
12/06/14
Was this really non-fiction, or a night-mare (as well as a gelding?)

But seriously, you have drawn us into the whole scenario with real skill, with a great bridge into a reassuring devotional thought. Well done.
Excellent writing--You painted the scene well and concluded with a great devotional thought.
Wow, what a story and very fitting to the topic. I tried to second-guess where the inspiration would come from! I loved your ending - a great reminder of the lessons God teaches, even in the darkness of a midnight! Many thanks.
It's very well written and done well. Lovely ending.
Oh I love the ending. What a difference a fresh POV can make. I need to remember this. I'm sure so many people can relate this to their own lives, I know I did.
I saw your comment in the brick throwing comment, and I'd already read your piece. I just wanted to reassure you that it didn't click in my brain at all when I read your name. Hugs
12/06/14
A solidly written piece that certainly kept my interest, wanting to make sure those horses were safely buttoned up! I had trouble with the word headstall, not being a horse person, but I surmised from content what that must be. Maybe bridle could be used there for the more equestrian challenged! Good job.
12/06/14
It is so reassuring that God is always watching out for us, even when we don't recognize it. This is a good reminder to see things from a different perspective.

I wonder if the last thought "to whom am I preaching" should also be in italics?

Good article. Blessings, LaVonne
12/06/14
I felt like a friend was telling me the story. Your words are smooth to read, without any distracting hiccups, so it feels personal. And, I love that your teenager still calls you mommy. Priceless. :)
12/11/14
Congrats,

God bless~