Wednesday, May 17, 2017

A Story Not to Miss - about a Portrait


I have been absent, so so busy with life.

I owe you all so many visits and comments.

But today I read something I have to share with you
 so you don't miss it.

It can't be missed, it's such a neat story!



Edit:

(Here's part 2 of her story - read part one then read part two.)






It's just too good to keep to myself!


Please visit my blog friend Lisa at

 for her serendipity story of a lifetime!




I have a trillion things to share with you.

I shall return, I promise!

Miss you all very much!

Hugs and prayers!!

~Michele




15 comments:

  1. Thank you Michele. I'm flattered that you wanted to post my story. I shall never forget that experience again.
    Lisa
    Leeshideaway.blogspot.com

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  2. Thank you so much for sharing this link! I love the story it gave me goosebumps and I am now following her blog too! have a great night!

    Blessings,
    Jill

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  3. you are so sweet.. I'm waiting to read updates from you..

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  4. Loved that story! Thank you for directing me to it.

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  5. Fascinating story.

    I hope that you find time to blog soon...you know how blogging is...

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  6. What a story, Michele! Thank you for directing us to Lisa's post.
    Hope you're having a good week. xx

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  7. I was wondering where you slipped off too! Thanks for the link. I'll pop over. Hugs and blessings, Cindy

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  8. Very touching story.

    Charlotte Moore

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  9. Oh my - what an amazing story! I told her that my husband (who is a pastor) have a saying when we hear something like this. We say "There's a sermon illustration there"! So I'll be keeping this story for future reference! Thanks for directing us to it and to Lee's Hideaway Blog.

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  10. What an amazing story! Thank you for sharing the link to Lisa's blog. Hope all is well with you, Michele, I've been thinking about you. . .

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  11. Thanks for sharing this amazing story, Michele!

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  12. What a wonderful story! Thank you for sharing such a sad life experience that ends with such joy.
    Rosie @ The Magic Hutch

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  13. Oh, my goodness! I could not believe the story of the painting! I will never forget this...it was no accident that I got to read about this today. Thank you ever so much for sharing! God bless you. :)

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  14. Such a truly beautiful story. The portrait certainly is haunting, and now it will be forever loved by a true and faithful friend. I do believe it was meant to be! xx Karen

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