About Me

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She who dreams, laughs, and greatly loves her husband, her children and the God who made them all. She also lives for strong English tea, words, ideas and great books, and fine food accompanied by stimulating conversation.

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  1. Hello!

    Nice blog, and love your name “Joydancer.”

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    Allan Hardman
    http://www.Joydancer.com

  2. Dear Joy Dancer,
    I am enjoying your newsletters and blogs. It has been a very trying year with personal illness, wobbily finances, an emotionally ill child, chronically ill child, and a middle child. Sometimes I want to quit and give in to depression and weariness. Your wonderful words of encouragement and honestly speak so deeply to my heart. Thank you for sharing the message of the One who gives hope and joy if we are willing of soul to search for Him. It is so precious to know we are not alone in our journey of life with our husband and family. Your words of truth are finding the target and “standing in the gap” for many who have a silent need. Romans 15:13

  3. Hi Sally,
    I just discovered your blog and how wonderful it is! Your words bring such encouragement to me. I will be checking in often! Have a wonderful day!

  4. Your web blog is one of the few that I allow myself to indulge in. So many these days are premised on vulgarity and worldly wickedness, while yours remains inspirational and uplifting.

    God bless you and your family.

  5. Hi Sally–

    I absolutely loved reading this blog. (About mind clutter, rest and peace) It describes my heart and situation exactly. Thanks so much for inspiring moms with your Godly thoughts. I’m glad to find a kindred spirit out on the www.

  6. Hi Sally, I found my way to your blog through Bev — and I’m so glad I did. I’ve been reading through your old posts thinking, ah, THIS is what I needed to hear back when, and THIS one describes just what I was trying to put into words. I’m so glad I’ve found you in the new year and look forward to coming back often.

  7. Hi Sally,

    I thought you like to read a post I just wrote on my blog. It includes a quote from your new book, The Mom Walk, and how you’ve recently impacted me.

    I’m so looking forward to the Feb. conference in a couple of weeks!

    Here’s the link to my blog post:

    http://perennialwonder.wordpress.com/2008/01/23/seeking-serenity/


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