Monday, January 22, 2007



"When I was just a little girl, I said to my Mother, what will I be? Will I be pretty, will I be rich?...Here's what she said to me...que sera sera, Whatever will be will be, the future's not ours to see...que sera sera." My Mother really did sing this to me when I was just a little girl. And I loved it. And now I'm all grown up and the most precious thing in my life is my personal relationship with God through Jesus Christ his son, my Saviour. I'm so thankful to be saved. To become a new creature in Christ is trully life changing. The most wonderful blessing to me, for now and for keeps....in the eternal life to come. No wondor John Newton...was inspired to pen the words, ...Amazing Grace....how sweet the sound, that saved a wretch like me! I once was lost, but now am found, was blind but now I see". There is no sinner that will be turned away if he or she trully repents and asks God's forgiveness. "Him that cometh to me I will in no wise cast out."

Tonight on the web, I enjoyed seeing Raggedy Ann colorforms on Ann's blog. I loved seeing Audrey's new artwork, its wonderful! I browsed a French online store. I took a quick look at my email and Virginia Rose dishs on ebay. I read a lovely tribute to a Mother and sister gone on to glory. All in a half hour or so. Blogging is so relaxing and enJOYable! =) and, yep, thats me in the picture, I think I posted this one once before. My sweet Mom, making all those curls happen for me with curlers! Love her for it!

9 comments:

Mrs. Mac said...

What a sweet photo of a beautiful young Maggie Ann! I just so enjoy viewing vintage photos. Thanks for sharing your love of God with the world.

Dawn said...

I loved these words. They were soothing to my soul.

Terry said...

Oh Maggie-ann...What a little Pollyanna you are!
Oh! If only your mom had put an "e" on your name...It would have been SO perfect!! hee hee....Love Terry

It's a FLIP-FLOP World said...

Yes, you did post this picture before because I remember it. You were really a cuties as a little girl. Course I have no idea what you look like now but then a doll!! I love blogging too!! We can express what we feel and share it with the world just like you have done. How wonderful!! Have a great day Maggie Ann.
Sandy

Teeny Tiny cabin said...

This is so funny! I was going to blog about John Newton today too, but did not have the time to be long winded today, so at the last minute I decided to save it for tomorrow!
My husband also talked about John Newtons life in his message yesterday and we sang "Amazing Grace" as our closing hymn.
Anyway, I'm so glad you beat me to it! Once again your desire to share God's Word is a beautiful testimony. I love your picture--you were just the cutest!

Sharon Kay said...

Oh you were a darling little girl and I love the curls. This post says so much and I love the song Amazing Grace......it brings back memories of both my mother and father.

Saija said...

i'm smiling as i look at the sweet pic, and "hear" the Doris Day song ... i can see your mom singing to you ...

blessing to you dear one!

Ann said...

A lovely picture. I love the memories that pictures like these bring back. Amazing Grace is one of my favorite hymns.

Temmy said...

What a sweet photo. You look so happy. I have always loved that song. It brings back a lot of memories.