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Friday, August 5, 2011
WELCOME to Tree House Reflections
If you can relate to any of the following, you may find something edifying:
Experiencing a traumatic event in early childhood
relinquishing a child for adoption
being estranged from family
being diagnosed with mental illness
losing a grandchild to abortion
marrying a person of another race
having your child abused by a family member
losing your religious faith
having a radical religious conversion
being morbidly obese
Coming close to death
I have personally experienced all of the above and now "open the book."
IF YOU DON’T NEED INSIGHTS OR SUPPORT IN ANY OF THESE AREAS, BUT JUST WANT TO HEAR MY THOUGHTS ON FAMILY, FAITH, FLORA AND FAUNA, I CAN PROMISE YOU WILL FIND SOMETHING OF INTEREST HERE!
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