Our Circle of Friendship is Divine Design

Kalani at her tennis match

Today’s been a fairly good day with a trip to two different medical people.  One the regular oncologist, who was positive and happy that everything looks good.  I also went with my friend Steph Neff to see an alternative medicine specialist.  She looks at the iris of the eye and is able to diagnose the body–along the lines of reflexology.  She was correct in the things she diagnosed–I’m just not so sure how many supplements I can manage.  I need a PhD in drug management and timing at this point.

So many blessing today.  Nancy Weekes who spent time with me and made beds and did ironing.   Scott and Ruth Ann Jackson family brought us dinner.  Then Lynnell King came and took me to Kalani’s tennis match.  It was so great to see her play–Kalani sure loves the game!  I have fond memories of watching the US Open with her this year.–Something I normally would not have taken time for.

I am more and more convinced of the truth of a statement by Neal A Maxwell that Lynell King passed on to me.  “We are not put in circles of friendship by coincidence but by Divine Design”   I truly feel that every person who has touched my life was placed there by Divine Design and I feel so blessed by each one of you. I thank the Lord every day for the His great plan. Love to all…Melanie

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3 Responses to Our Circle of Friendship is Divine Design

  1. Tiffany Roush Mehner says:

    I know you came into my life by Divine Design!! No question Melanie. You saved me . . . so many times. I love you!

    Tiffany

  2. Cindy Mason says:

    You are and have always been one of the sweetest, kindest friends ever. Hope today is a good day and no more rollercoaster rides sans the fun part…. (I love your sense of humor, you make me smile) 🙂

  3. Carl Clegg says:

    We continue to admire your strength of character and determination. Today’s scripture comes from John 16:33, where Christ says: “In the world ye shall have tribulation: but be of good cheer; I have overcome the world.” I believe that in Christ all things are possible – even things which we don’t understand right now. We pray for you and your family daily. By the way, you blog has had over 21,800 hits. That’s a heck of a lot of people who love you and are concerned for you.

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