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To contact me via confidential email, please send me an email at:

madley  (AT)  cogeco  (DOT)  ca

Sincerely, thank you for visiting my blog!

Patricia

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6 responses to “Contact Me!

  1. Hello, Brigitte –

    Thank you for taking time to visit my blog, and to leave a comment. I truly appreciate it.

    I definitely do not mind you asking your question – I am just not sure if I am the right person to ask, since my experience is limited.

    I do centre and clear my mind before writing, and for me I do that through prayer and meditation.

    I don’t think your 10 to 15 minutes is wasted at all – I think that is perfect!.

    Someone once told me to “just write”. Start writing about anything – the weather, your family, your day, etc. And that will evolve into the writing you are looking for – it really will.

    No writing is wasted. All is good…

    Wishing you all the best, Brigitte.

    Patricia

  2. Thank you for stopping by, v2 cigarettes!
    And thank you for your comment.

    Patricia

  3. Hi, Aleksandar –

    Not knowing you I am going to suggest three different books, which are among my favourites:
    1) “My Utmost for His Highest” – Oswald Chambers
    This is a daily devotional that has held my interest for many years. It was written in the early 1900’s by a very wise and spiritual man. It is written in old English, so that may or may not be attractive to you. There was an updated version published a few years ago. The English is easier to read, but to me, some insights are lost by the new language. But, it may be a place to start. I usually read it in the evening, and reflect on how that day’s passage actually applies to my day.
    2) “Joshua” – Joseph Girzone
    This is a novel, and is a very easy read. However, there are definitely parallels between Joshua and Jesus – which makes the message very valuable.
    3) “The Return of the Prodigal Son” – Henri Nouwen
    This is Henri Girzone’s in depth analysis of the Parable of the Prodigal Son. It is a very powerful book, that could easily be worked through in sections.
    I hope these thoughts are helpful, and I wish you many blessings as you and your boyfriend travel this new route. Very valuable to your relationship.
    If I can be of any future assistance, you are welcome to contact me direct to my email: madley (AT) cogeco (DOT) ca
    To help both of you, I would suggest that, regardless of which book you choose, be sure you each have your own copy.

    Be Blessed,
    Patricia

  4. Jake – you are so generous and Spirit-filled. Thank you so much for this gift of light, and hope for the future.
    I left a comment on your blog.
    You inspire me to be better at all I do and all I believe.
    Thank you, Jake.

    Patricia

    • A trip down memory lane is alawys great except that I have ripped out my very first knitted top as the sleeves are just too uneven in tension; resulting in one being tighter than the other!