Monday, February 06, 2006

Addendum to Seek and Ye Shall Find!


One of my bestest best blogging, writing, and critiquing buddies, Bonnie Calhoun of Bonnie Writes, has joined our family Bible study blog: Seek and Ye Shall Find. She will do weekend posts on key words or special lessons. She also is my resident map expert and helps us with lots of the historic data. She may even do an occasional weekday post (when I can talk her into it!)...Her first weekend post will be next weekend but she has already added some fine maps and has cool comments about them in the comment section! Give it up for BONNIE! Wahoo!

Also, when you post a comment, I'll add you to the blog-roll, Fellow Seekers. We are loving the discussion and fellowship so far and pray this can be a blessing for many.

A special thanks to those who have already visited. The first week has been a blast! Mmmmwwwhhhaaaa!

10 comments:

Bonnie Calhoun said...

My Lord, you made my head big!!!! it scared me when the page opened...LOL....I've sure got a job ahead of me keeping up with Keegan!

M. C. Pearson said...

Okay, I sized it smaller...is that better, silly? Yeah, I already have a hard time keeping up with Keegan. :)

Fred said...

Keep up the good work!

audrey` said...

Well done, Marianne!

Kimber said...

Mimi - I love your son's blog and the "map" made by Bonnie - How cool! Bonnie was funny about the size of her picture - that made me laugh too :)

I think it is great that you and your son are doing a blog together - and he is quite insightful ;) Great job MOM!

Jean-Luc Picard said...

An excellent post, Marianne.

Donny said...

Hi Mimi. Bonnie has told me a lot about you. About your comment on my blog, what I was getting at was that sometimes people pray meaninless things to God about absolutely nothing. Some things are genuinly important and need prayer, however somethings are quite trivial.

For example, my Grandpa recently died of cancer. And while we never stopped praying for him or believing God for his healing, God had other plans.

My question is:
If I was truly close to the heart of God, would I have known that it was His will for my Grandpa? Because he changed a lot of lives in his illness.

To your blog, is that really jean-luc picard?

M. C. Pearson said...

Fred~ Thanks! I also appreciate you e-mailing me. Hope my computer problems will be solved soon. I miss commenting on your great blog.

Audrey~ Thank you sweetie...come and visit, we'd love to hear your comments.

Kimber~ Leave a comment there, silly! We'd love to have your input too!

Jean-Luc~ As always, a pleasure!

Donny~ Hey! Thanks for visiting my blog...this is a copy of what I left at yours:

I totally understand about your Grandpa and 'unanswered' prayers. The last thing I try to remember to pray everyday after talking with God is "Not my will, but Yours Lord." Or something along those lines. I know God will do the best in the situation but He loves hearing from us...even trivial things. :)

And, no, it really isn't Jean-Luc Picard...I don't think. ;) But he is a blogger from England and his website is hilarious! He is also a Christian which is mighty nice.

Ciera said...

Hey MC...it's been a while since I've had time to get over here as well, so no hard feelings on my end. Life can get so busy. Sometimes nice, sometimes lousy ya know.

M. C. Pearson said...

Ciera~ I know! I can totally relate. Hope it is more nice than lousy from now on!!!