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    hatebreed (KIM)
    bubbles_bobble posted:
    There was an old member here some of you like otw and kitty and dd would remember her. She apparently was walking her dog and she got hit by a car. This woman was a young gal when she was here 10 yrs. ago! aprox. and has really pulled her life around and is just great gal.

    Please say some prayers for her. She's in a coma very guarded condition from what i understand.

    If we can send her energy she will feel it I just know it!

    I pledge to pray 10 min. this morning for Kim....................

    One day at a time
    MandyCake responded:

    While I do not know Kim, I wish to offer a prayer for her.

    Dear Lord, Please be with Kim, her family, her friends, and also with the person who had hit her with the car as they work through all of the emotions that are at play. Please bring them comfort and forgiveness. In your son Jesus' name, I ask this of you. Amen.

    In Harmony,
    All of the flowers, of all of our tomorrows, are found in the seeds of today. Plant them well, nurish them, nurture them, keep them safe and watch how beautifully they will bloom.
    bubbles_bobble replied to MandyCake's response:
    thanks bonnie
    One day at a time

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