Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Joy's Hope Hearts Me

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Julie over at Joy's Hope hearts me. I know this because she said so on her blog and she gave me this blog button love. And she doesn't just give them out to any blogger chick she meets on the streets and in dark alleys or so she says. Well, she never said that, but she should have.
Because there is love, I did a guest post for her.

Here's a teaser . . .

Have you ever felt disconnected to God? Have you ever doubted He even existed or if He really cared? Have you ever been in season of doubt? Have you ever been desperate for a touch from God and wondered when He was going to show up? Have you ever found yourself in a spiritual desert? If you answered yes to any of the aforementioned questions, then your name is probably . . . whatever your parents named you. And you are probably normal. And you are growing. And God has a story for you that you are living out. And it's an awesome story so just hang on.

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Jami Schoettler said...

I found you from Joy's Hope and have been hopping around your blog for two days! I loved reading about some of your Hollywood days, and was syked to see David Moscow from the Newsies on here, which is one of my favorite movies. And the story about your brother watching your daughter... Hilarious!! I am going to be subscribing. -Jami

Lindsay said...

Wendy, I loved reading her words about you! Specialness shared is a wonderful thing :) Your fantastic! Have a great day!

jenn said...

New here! But, I've been reading your back posts all day and i need to tell you, I appreciate your honesty. I relate to most things you say so much and have needed to hear alot of it. Thanks for being candid. Blessings on you and your family!

TDM Wendy said...

Jami- Welcome. Glad you enjoyed. I was with David night before last and told him to get on his second blog post.
Lindsay - Specialness shared. Yes, fun.
Jenn - Welcome. Glad you can relate!

Julie @ Joy's Hope said...

If perchance Paul Walker was in said dark alley, he might get a heart. Just being honest.