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That is so cute and happy! But beyond that, knowing someone was thinking of you & acted on those thoughts to give you a surprise gift - how precious!


A timely gift, word or card is one of the Lord's way of hugging us. I believe this.

Dedra Herod

It looks perfect on you!!!

"From everyone who has been given much, much will be demanded; and from the one who has been entrusted with much, much more will be asked." Luke 12:48 NIV

Thanks for being such an encouraging example for me and never giving up no matter what is demanded from you.

I love you much!

Holly @ Crownlaiddown

I love that!! How awesome is that?


The necklace and the gesture are both beautiful! I love it!


Marla Taviano

It's beautiful, Joanne! So YOU!

Jen Schrock

I have warm fuzzies all over! Much deserved!


That is so cute. Makes me think what I can do for a friend....


This made me smile. I love it and am inspired to do the same. Thanks to you for sharing and anonymous for giving!

Allison Talamantez

What a great present!

Kimberly S.

That is the best. I love gifts for no me a thought for my kids some day.


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