Saturday, May 24, 2008

Pottery

I'm sure you all read Angie Smith's blog.

Her post today is possibly one of the best things I've ever read.

Go read here.

12 comments:

Honea Household said...

It is so powerful. Makes me want to do it to see what the Lord brings up about my life. I'm one of those "flannel board Jesus kids" that she spoke of. I grew up in church, was a missionary kid, never was a rebel or partier...but I know I have some cracks and gaping holes. I know I have more than I can see and I can only hope and pray that God would show them to me.

Leigh Ann said...

Angie's blog is such a blessing to me. She amazes me all the time!

Jen said...

I have been reading your blog for awhile but never commented. I don't even remember how I came across it. I just wanted to say that I put pretty much the exact same post on my blog. It was the most touching thing I have ever read.

I love your blog. It is very entertaining, fun and most importantly real. Thanks!

Lauren said...

WOW. That was so beautiful. That girl is amazing!

Stephanie (Ocean Mommy) said...

That is the most honest, incredible thing I've read in a long time. Wow, is all I can say...


Blessings,
steph.

Linda said...

I read that this morning and I cried through most of it.
Blessings,
Linda

a cowgirl at heart said...

I just finished reading it, right before I clicked on you. And, I agree wholeheartedly I think it might be one of the most moving things I've ever been blessed to read.

Allikaye's Mama said...

Kelly, thanks for linking that! I loved it! :0)

Jenna said...

Absolutely the best. :)

Amy said...

Kelly, I cannot stop thinking about the broken pitcher put back together and the Mercy Me song playing in the background literally had me sobbing. This has been such a touch from the Lord that I so desperately needed. I am sharing it with my ladies' Sunday School class in the morning!

Thank you so much for continuing to pass along items that so encourage other people.

Meag said...

I have been reading Angie's blog for quite some time - what a blessing!

Rhoda @ Southern Hospitality said...

I just found her blog today from Boomama's and you're right...it made me cry. What a powerful story. I went back & read about their baby & she is a great writer.

Rhoda