|I sent these postcards to myself, as a type of diary
chronicling our trip on the Erie Canal.
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5 responses to “Post: To Make Familiar With a Subject”
Of course, Kel, you know you are speaking to my choir here! I love writing my "love letters to God." This form of prayer has revolutionized my soul and walk w/ Him. I have also written perspective pieces that really have changed mine! Great post.LoveLynni
Lynni- It's your choir that I hear whenever I think of writing love letters to God! Thank you for sharing your passion for written prayers. I love the practice of the unsent letters that we learned in your journaling class to help me work through grief or a loss, too.
OH, I"m so touched by your comments here, Kel. I'm convinced that God introduced us in order to knit us heart-to-heart and to be prayerful encouragers to each other as we launch out in the same direction w/ our ministries….I see us like two little girls, hand-in-hand, skipping toward the heart of God. I love you!Lynni
Kel – love these post cards… reminds me of my trip to Oregon with the journal, sharpie and crayons you gave me for the road! It is such a blessing to look back on those and remember everything I see there! I loved writing that letter to my childhood self in your Soul Dare class. And Lynni – I can't wait till your classes start up again. You both bless me so much. I am sitting on the sidelines cheering you on!Hugs Kel (and Lynni too!)Kelly
Hi! My name is Kel Rohlf. I am an intuitive mixed-media artist, creative writer and performer. Life is a performance. I often attend.
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