Help on the Way

Feb
27

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My neighbor, Jim, and another single lady neighbor, Nanette.
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Jim was here with all the wood I need to get me through this bad spot with my furnace!


God love good neighbors. (He was helping Nanette with wood, too.)

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on February 27, 2014  

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  1. 2-27
    6:43
    pm

    Hurray for good neighbors! Especially, good neighbors with extra wood for you!

  2. 2-27
    7:43
    pm

    God looks after orphans and widows. While you are not a young orphan or a widow, you are being looked after in the same way. I know your neighbors will be blessed because of their help. It was nice of you to show us your rescuers!

  3. 2-27
    10:18
    pm

    That’s great, praise God.

  4. 2-27
    10:42
    pm

    Indeed! God bless good neighbors! Just a thought from someone who lives in crazy SoCal. you might want to blur out Jim’s licence plate, I’m just sayin’

  5. 2-27
    10:50
    pm

    Oh, I hope the weather takes a turn for the good soon and you guys get to thaw out!!! Yep, God Bless good neighbors, for sure.

  6. 2-28
    6:30
    am

    :happyflower:
    AMEN!
    We have neighbors that are a blessing too. Our weather was just updated am I am really worried, now they are saying up to a foot of snow with freezing rain and ice by Monday, this is said to be a huge storm, which means lots of power outages, I think we will be ok but I am worried about a lot of folks that wont be, we may have several house guests.

  7. 2-28
    11:16
    am

    Neighbors, in the best sense of the word.

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