Good morning friends,

Today I’m just going to share with you some pictures of my wonderful granddaughters.  It is so much fun to just be Nana for a while, nothing else to do but play tea party, shop for new shoes for little feet and enjoy their giggles and hugs.
I’ll be back next week answering a woman’s question about her anger with her children.
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  1. Chrissie on January 29, 2013 at 3:05 pm

    They’re adorable! There is nothing more wonderful and soul nurturing than a child’s hugs and giggles.

    Thanks for sharing! Enjoy your Nana time.

  2. Betty on January 30, 2013 at 5:48 pm

    So glad for you, Leslie! You are greatly blessed! I was searching for answers Sunday evening, and I stumbled across your YouTube presentations. It was definitely a God moment/thing! Thank you so much for your work, your ministry! May this time be a time of refreshment for you!

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