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olliebeak1951
Dec 3, 2017
Ooooo - right at this moment, I'm top of the board...............guess I won't stay there for very long though ;)!

Have a beautiful Sunday, everybody <3.
rahrah1820
Dec 3, 2017
What an exhilarating feeling! Never experienced it myself, but congratulations!
olliebeak1951
Dec 4, 2017
It definitely didn't last for very long, rahrah1820 - I must have been the 4th person to do that particular puzzle ;).

My sister's two grandchildren both call her 'Ra-ra' - because the eldest had a little bit of a hearing/speech impediment. He could never manage 'Grandma'.................then the younger one just copied him ;)!
rahrah1820
Dec 4, 2017
Love that story about ra-ra. My friend had trouble remembering to call me Deborah instead of Debi, so she doubled the last 3 letters of my name. From then on I was known as RahRah! lol I was a deacon in the church, and even from the pulpit I was referred to as RahRah. lol
olliebeak1951
Dec 6, 2017
Rev RahRah - what a brilliant name for a Preacher ;)!
rahrah1820
Dec 6, 2017
That's too funny! But, I was a deacon(ess), not a Rev. A deacon takes care of the physical aspects of the church more than anything. On the other hand, I think we're all Revs, in our own ways, just on a smaller scale than a whole congregation. :) Thanks for the laugh, I enjoyed that one.
olliebeak1951
Dec 8, 2017
I have a couple of friends who're Deacons in their respective churches :D. Can I be very cheeky and ask for some prayers. After mentioning my sister to you, I've just had the news that she's had a 'Bleed on the Brain'..................which was totally unexpected. I'm recruiting prayers from all my 'prayer partners' and would be grateful if 'one Rah Rah' could find the time to pray for 'another Ra-Ra', please. Her name is Susan Quirk and she lives in Liscard (Merseyside). Thank you in faith xxx
rahrah1820
Dec 8, 2017
I will be glad to lift your ra-ra up in prayers, often. I'm sorry to hear of this problem, but we know that God is ready to receive and answer prayers all the time. He may not answer in the way we expect, but He does answer in His finite wisdom. Take care of you, too, okay?
rahrah1820
Dec 8, 2017
You're not being cheeky at all, asking for prayer is a sign of faith, faith that God will hear and answer. Sharing prayers with one another is sharing faith. I'm blessed to share faith with you.
olliebeak1951
Dec 9, 2017
Thank you :D. Susan had her operation yesterday, and was allowed to eat/drink last night before settling down for the night. She had had at least two, possibly three, bleeds and the doctors have found 'some more' in danger of rupturing at some point. She had said, last night, that she couldn't feel her legs but the drs said that could be from being in one position for a long time. Her husband and daughter will be meeting with the dr later today. Thank you and God Bless you.
rahrah1820
Dec 9, 2017
I know two women who have brain bleeds, too. They have both lived for years with them. I'm not real familiar with their situations, but I do know that they have other health issues as well. Prayers continuing for your beloved sister, Susan.
jozeey
Dec 3, 2017
I don't leave messages often, but in reading other's messages, I know there are many good prayer warriors out there. I need to ask for prayer for my hubby and I. He has been diagnosed with stage 4 kidney cancer. It has already spread into his lung, so there is no cure. We have been told that if his body responds well to treatment, we might have five years together. So thankful that it is five years, not five months. Please pray that we will be remain strong in our faith as we start this journey, Thank you
dinta18
Dec 3, 2017
Prayers and good thoughts are with you. Take one day at a time and persevere in prayer. Keep the faith.
globug
Dec 3, 2017
Prayers for strength and comfort for you and your hubby.
JoyceRogers
Dec 3, 2017
It is so sad, confusing, and frustrating to receive news like this. I pray that a cure for cancer be found SOON! Faith is the biggest warrior we have as we battle this evil. My prayers for you and your hubby are strength as you fight for a cure, and comfort and peace as you let the Lord lead you through this time. Love and hugs...God Bless.
rahrah1820
Dec 3, 2017
Prayers offered to God for wisdom and compassion in the medical team, and patience, comfort, ease of pain, and the feeling of being wrapped up in God's arms for you and your beloved. My brother was very far along with illness, and his doctor told him that if he'd stick with the regime, he could have another year of life. It wouldn't heal him, but it would give him a better quality of life. My brother made it 1 year and 3 days. Lesson learned: do the work, enjoy whatever time you have left to live and love. That's true even if you're not terminal.
mamag15
Dec 3, 2017
Definitely sending prayers your way. I pray that you both will be together a very long time.
aussiesapphire
Dec 3, 2017
Dear Jozeey, This must be so hard for you, but glad you have your faith in the Lord Jesus Christ to sustain you. May the next five years be the best ever for you both. Hugs.
KarenBuglet
Dec 3, 2017
Dear Father, please hold Jozeey, her husband and their loved ones close. Grant them strength, courage and peace as they go through this difficult time. I pray in the name of your Son and our savior Jesus Christ. Amen.
Hugs to you.
trynfindit
Dec 4, 2017
Jozeey, you and your hubby lean heavily on God during this time, trusting that he loves and supports you both. My prayers are with y'all.
xyxyxyxx
Dec 4, 2017
Jozeey- adding my prayers and support to all the others. xo
aknan
Dec 4, 2017
I pray that the grace and strength of God enters your hearts as He holds you close through this journey. Every day is precious, even more so now. I will keep you in my prayers.
aussiesapphire
Dec 4, 2017
Lovely Aknan - many hugs.
Coravee
Dec 6, 2017
Prayers for you and hubby to have 5 wonderful years, followed by more and more years, enough that it amazes those around and glory is given to God. I have a cousin with brain cancer who was given only a few month by the best of Doctors--his treatments and everyones prayers have kept him alive for 2 years now, and they are still able to go to church and special events together! God is able!
dbnc2
Dec 3, 2017
I wish I c0uld make beautiful music
happy Sunday morning to all
trynfindit
Dec 4, 2017
A prayer thanking God for all of his blessings is beautiful music to His ears. Does that count?
dbnc2
Dec 4, 2017
It counts first
aussiesapphire
Dec 3, 2017
Just watched a movie called "the Devil's Violinist" about Paganini - he was pretty mixed up but very talented. The guy who played the part of Paganini was David Garret, himself a very talented violinist. I checked him out on youtube and he is brilliant and pretty easy on the eye lol.

"One can never have enough socks, " said Dumbledore. "Another Christmas has come and gone and I didn't get a single pair. People will insist on giving me books."
– J.K. Rowling

Good night and God bless. Hugs.
trynfindit
Dec 4, 2017
Yes, David Garret is very easy on the eye!

I loved the original Dumbledore.
nightmare
Dec 3, 2017
This Violin brought back lots of memories of when my Dad would take his Violin/fiddle out play..
KNadineM
Dec 3, 2017
Stay safe from the snow. We're supposed to get snow where I live in Ohio later this week but only a little.
KNadineM
Dec 3, 2017
Sorry nightmare, I meant to reply to someone else.
rahrah1820
Dec 3, 2017
I know what you mean, nightmare. For me, it was when my dad would pull out the 12 string guitar. He was amazing with it, and self taught. He also had a wonderful bass voice, and my mom was just as good at singing. My favorite time as a child was when we'd be on a family drive, and they'd start singing the old songs that told stories. As for me, it's better if I just sing in the shower! lol
aussiesapphire
Dec 3, 2017
What a wonderful childhood you had rahrah - lasting memories. Hugs.
jas6415
Dec 3, 2017
Harder than I first thought it would be..
msmelbaj
Dec 3, 2017
Loved the violin, enjoyed the puzzle!
darambo
Dec 3, 2017
Good morning to all my fellow puzzlers. Hope you all have a wonderful day. I used to play the violin, but had to give it up because no matter how hard I tried I could not read music. I had been playing by ear but soon the music became to complicated to do by ear. So much for my career as a violinist. We didn't get the amount of snow they predicted, thank goodness, but it is still snowing. You all stay safe.
KNadineM
Dec 3, 2017
I can't read music either. I can sing a bit and can repeat what I hear but I'm not good with knowing what parts are what in order to sing solo.
KNadineM
Dec 3, 2017
Stay safe from the snow, darambo! We are supposed to get snow where I live in Ohio later this week but only a little.
marine5153
Dec 3, 2017
Both my parents played piano; dad also played the sax. All 8 of my kids were in marching and concert bands throughout their school days; one son owns a music store (for lessons as well as instrument repair). BUT, I never did learn to read music! I even took some adult classes at the college and learned a little bit but certainly not enough to pick up a piece of music and even know what KEY it's in!
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