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Thank you Shawn for your honesty! Family secrets are the worst & destroy many families. Your courage is inspiring & gives hope to those who continue to struggle with the demons of secrecy. Your words are a blessing to your readers. Thanks again!
Many from the older generation were especially good at keeping secrets. Thank you! I am looking forward to reading your next blog : )
I’m sitting here with tears in my eyes and a smile on my face at your words. Your story is touching and your description of yourself is funny. I never knew there was someone who shared the same nervous feelings and behavior when it comes to speaking. And we are both dancers lol!
LOL!!! Thank you so much for your comment, Sherri! Dancing is just so liberating! Nothin’ like it : ) It took me awhile to realize why I was so animated when I spoke. Well, you probably already know the answer. We are used to moving on stage–not standing stiffly behind a podium. How boring is that?! lol Also, you have to be animated when you are teaching children. You just get used to it. It is also probably why I bounce around so much. I am used to kids bouncing across the dance floor. lol Maybe we can see each others dance recitals. Hit me up on fb soon with the dates : )
Shawn’s devotional has touched many people in the few months since it has been published. They are moved by her ability to share her life and family history, her portrayal of lessons learned, and her constant faith in God that puts all of this in a proper perspective. Readers of Pictures in Glass Frames can relate to a devotional that openly expresses experiences, that are blended with joy and sorrow. These devotions are a part of many lives and by them many can relive, refocus, regenerate, reexamine , and hopefully become more self-assured in their own lives.