..."suffering produces perseverance; perseverance, character; and character, hope...." - Romans 5
Thanks for putting this photo up tara. it's meaningful for us. we'll have Josiah's tombstone in a few more weeks. *sigh*- A
Tara, We don't know each other, but I've been following your blog for a while. I've been thinking about you and praying for you especially in the past few days. Your life is a testimony, and though it's hard not to cry when I read your blog, it always blesses my heart. Thank you.
A year already...how is that possible?! Last night at our mid-week service, our Pastor seemed to be talking about you...about how important it is to be in the Word...so that when tragedy strikes we will go straight to the Bible and not forsake it. You have been a great example of that over the past year! No one in my little town sells Newsweek, so I'm glad for your post below!!
You are in my thoughts and prayers!Blessings! Michele
Hi, you dont know me, I just watched your story on the Fox 12 website. Thank you for your testimony. I read the post about your husbands death and was struck by the fact that the Lord was preparing you in Psalms for the tragedy. He is so good. Thanks so much for your testimony and your willingness to share His awesomeness with the world. In Him, Bev
I found your blog through Bonnie's blog, Sweet Caroline. I've been praying for you since I first read your story back in February. Never commented until now. Just saw your Farmer's ad on our local station here in Arkansas. I hope it encourages people to be as prepared as they can be (which I'm sure you can never be honestly) and encourages them to pray for you! May God continue to bless your family in healing and peace.
This must be a tough week, praying for you.
Hey Tara - thanks so much for putting this picture up, it helps somehow.loveashley
Hi Tara,Beautiful picture, bittersweet really. Thank you for sharing your world with us..Jeri Parrott
Dear Tara,I've been praying for you since the day I'd learned about the accident (a few days after the accident)...and I've been checking your blog from time to time to see how you're doing (found it around March when the insurance video came out). I come to your blog thinking you need prayers, but I always leave here being encouraged and inspired by you...Thank you for sharing your journey so openly.You'll continue to be in my prayers. You might not remember me, but we've met before (only a couple times), but my husband (Tony) and I still live in NE Portland, so I hope to run into you again some day.Risa
Thinking of you and praying for you!
Thinking of you!!
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