Have I mentioned how much I *love* this community?! A highlight for me this week was meeting Asheritah from OneThingAlone.com!
(We totally planned the whole coordinated striped shirts and denim skirts thing …)
Most of you know Asheritah from the fabulous FMF Intro Videos she hosts! She is such a sweetheart — online and in real life! What a treat to spend some time together in person.
Keep scrolling for a brand new video from Asheritah!
This week’s FMF Video Intro is with Janel Andrews. Janel is an active and encouraging member of the #fmfparty Twitter parties every Thursday evening .. if you haven’t followed her yet, you can find her at @mytoesareblue.
Wondering what’s behind her Twitter handle? Find out in the video below!
This week’s FMF prompt is:
It’s been a season of sadness. Death upon death. Both premature.
Two Sundays in a row, I woke up to bad news. Horrible news.
An 18-year-old high school graduate in our community. Car crash. Killed instantly.
A six-year-old boy from our church. Brain tumor. Taken home.
The ache permeates the air. Grief is thick. Suffocating.
Heaviness rests upon chests and we heave collectively with shared tears and sighs.
The Five Minute Friday prompt this week comes compliments of my almost ten-year-old daughter. Her first suggestion was “Imagine” — but since Lisa-Jo already used that word in the past, we’re going with the second word that came to her mind:
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If you’ve been part of the Five Minute Friday community for any length of time, you’ve likely received a word of encouragement from Jeanne in your comment box. Jeanne is a delightful part of this FMF family. I’m so grateful for her kind and generous heart!
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