I would like to share about my dear Blogging friend Lady Deidre, I call her Dei, as well as Loving, Beautiful, Caring and Kind, we have shared many jokes as well as serious and thought-provoking Truths. I am so thankful for her faithfulness. Ron is also grateful for Dei’s encouragement on his Corner and loves her Photography and I do too, even the critter ones I have chosen a post that reflects Dei’s heart and her inner beauty, I was so touched by Dei’s sharing about her Brother, I could smell the sweet fragrance of her Love and Pride for him, every time I think about their relationship it reminds me Love sees the imperfections, weaknesses, shortcomings and faults, and not only continues to Love but encourages the Loved one to excel … This is a reflection of God’s Love for us, He takes Pride in us His Children and delights in us, equipping each one of us to do good works that He has prepared for us in advance and as they reflect and promote His Awesome Love, they also uplift and encourage us to excell and to bless , uplift and encourage others and our heart response when yielded is then to glorify Him … How good is that! …
Thank you Dei for your friendship and your Loving heart.
Originally posted on Lady Deidre:
My brother was born with a rare, crippling disease. And by the time the chatty little boy was fifteen, he’d lost his speech. So his gait’s crooked, one arm is twisted behind his back, and his speech is mumbled, but even in the face of all that he has a great disposition. He loves to smile, laugh, and crack jokes. He loves to fly, read, and work on computers. The forty-two year old has a brilliant mind, but unfortunately it is lost on those who cannot see past his twisted frame.
When he came to visit me recently, I had chores so I brought him along. Inside the bank, I pulled a candy dish down from the top counter and asked, “Would you like a sucker?”
“Yes,” he mumbled and took one from the bowl.
When we left, the teller smiled wide and waved real big, “Goodbye,” she said as…
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