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March 16, 2014


Wilda Gibson

It's so good to read your blog for the first time in awhile. Today, I realized tomorrow's date of Roger's leaving us. I know he's enjoying Heaven and all its beauties, but we still miss him here!!!! Just a note to say that I love you and always wish the best for you... Have a good trip!!! Blessings....

Shanna Locker

Thanks for your post Debbie. My life is enriched by you. One day we will meet!!! ~Shanna~

Bev Stellmacher

Debbie, you a a remarkable women and Roger would be very proud of you. It must be a hard journey to go on without ones mate. I wish you many blessings and pray that God would give you strength each day and feel you with much love. Bev Stellmacher


I love reading your blog and seeing all the pictures. I can not figure out who Isaiah is?? I thought at first it was your grandson but I now don't think it is.

Esther Thiem

God bless you and heal your broken heart. We so loved Roger and his wonderful testimony. Praying for you as another year passes without your love one. I haven't lost a husband, but have lost a son. I know how the special days , birthdays, anniversary of a loved one passing effect someone. So thankful that we have a promise of seeing our loved ones again. Thanks for befriending me on Facebook. I love that picture of Roger you put up for his birthday. I stay busy by trying to help others during those times too and it really helps. God bless and keep your sweet family.

Vicki Halchak

Deb- welcome back to blogging. I missed you. I also feel that it is good for you to get all
Of your thoughts and blessings out on paper.
Roger was one of a kind. I miss our talks. Call me soon.
Love you friend.

Evelyn Donahoe

Welcome back! I have missed your posts on this site!
I also loved the picture of Roger;He was very special to me and we still enjoy playing the DVD's with Roger playing the piano. My husband suffers from memory loss and the one thing that calms him down in the evenings wanderings is gospel music.
So most nights finds us still enjoying Legacy Five and Cathredals.
Thanks again for keeping Roger's Midnight Meditations going!!!

Hello Debbie....You are such a wonderful, giving person....I enjoy your FB posts so very much! I am so, sorry, though about your "blues"! Hope you are feeling better today!

Wanda Mora

Welcome back sweet Debbie. How I have missed your posts!! I think about you often and pray for you and can identify with you in the loss of Roger. My sweet husband passed away in July 1996 and still miss him. God is good!! Hang in there and hope those "blues" will lessen with time. Love you!!


Welcome Back,
I knew you would post this week. I am glad that you are well. Sorry for all your losses since your last post. As always you are a blessing to all of us out here. Thanks for the update on the kids and your interests. It is good that you are able to continue the courier work along with the Veranda.
Prayers and Blessing Sweet Lady!
Judy Hicks


So good to hear from you,Debbie. I have prayed for you during your time of quietness. I am so sorry you have not been well over the winter - I have a relative who suffers from SAD too.
Great to hear news of your family and wonderful to hear about Chelsea's ministry. May GOD lead her and bless her in her service for Him.
GOD bless you for your sweet spirit and example. Love from your UK sister in Christ, Sarah

Rosie Kellendonk

Hello Debbie,

I am not on Facebook, so I have been (im)patiently waiting to hear how you have been coming along :-) This is my first time writing, but it is so good to hear that you are well and hanging in there, although no doubt it has been very difficult to say the least. Please know that my prayers and thoughts have been with you so often over the years from here in chilly Canada, and I look forward to those times when you have a few minutes to update. Even having not met you personally, your writings are a blessing to me and many others, I'm sure. God bless you richly with His sweet presence and His love. Looking forward to hearing when Legacy Five will be coming to Ontario, Canada!

C Stamey

So glad to see you are back. Have looked so many times - I was surprised to see a post today. I do not know you personally so did not even try the Facebook thing but have followed Roger as far back as with Cathedrals and have posted on here before. My Dad died a little after Roger and your devotionals really helped. Thanks.


So glad to see this post. I am another one of your fans who has never met you personally, but I always get encouragement from your posts. Hope you have a great spring and summer.

Margaret and Jim Smith

Good to hear from you again. nice memories of seeing you on the emerald isle. Are you coming back?

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