LJ! Thank you for the invitation to your beautiful website (nice job Renee!). There are so many fond memories that I have to recall through the years from your visits to LBC. Honestly, I cannot remember the first time that you came. It just seems that you were always there. I was always drawn to you as I have been to only a handful of wonderful women who have crossed my path. I know it is a God thing...as well as your sweet spirit. I love you so much and am thankful to have you in my life!
Lois Jane, I have been racking my brain to remember who the lady was that toured with you back in the 90's. She was such a trip!!! And always had such a sweet spirit. Was it Eerlene??? Or something like that?
Thanks, this is our granddaughter, Emilee Alexis! He father, our oldest son, saw you sing years ago at mom's church, First Cumberland Presbyterian Church in Campbellsville Kentucky and was mesmerized! He was a little boy then and he talked about your singing for years.
I haven't heard you in a while, but I have to say that when you sing, I feel you are singing only for God and that has left a good impression on me!
Yes, Connie and I went to school together, she is a beautiful person. She is genuinely kind.
Thanks for commenting back, and I'm glad you've got this site!
Hello Lois Jane,
Renee has told me what a special person you are. I look forward to the day that I have the privilege to meet you as well. I do have to agree Renee is a treasure :-)! Have a blessed weekend!
It's taking me a little while to figure this out. I just realized you had written to me! I had a wonderful time at lunch. Everytime we get together it's like a visit to a therapist. Hope we can do it more often! I love you.
Hello Lois Jane,
Great to hear from you. Hope that you and Ron are doing well. We sure do miss you guys soooo much. So many changes in the last five years. We would love to see everyone again. Maybe we can make this happen. Love to all Kirby
Wow! I have some beautiful friends! As I'm typing this I'm looking at Gwen Rollings, Margaret McDougle, Carolyn Reed, and Janet Hunt, and they're all beautiful! Mike Osborne doesn't look bad either!
Hey Everyone! I just checked into a FairField Inn and had to sign up to get into my own website! Hehehe! I'm on my way to Nashville to meet with Renee to find out how to "take over" my own website. I'm just praying she's going to be in a peaceful state of mind and that I won't mess her peacefulness up when I ask her all the questions I have. Thanks so much to everyone for joining and you WILL be hearing from me.
Lois- I am glad to sign up. I know that school is starting soon and I am not always faithful about getting online at home when this happens, but I will make an effort to check up on you and PRAY!! Love ya!!!
Its so good to hear from you too.! I have missed you too. I think of you all the time. As I pass Tanisi Shores, feels like you guys should still be there. Gene and I are tournament fishing now. (Bass fishing)
We are on the water as much as we can be. In fact, I am fishing the Womens Bassmaster Tournament coming here in September. Thats why I had on the shirt in the picture. It's the only one I could get to fast. Anyway, Whats going on in your world? How is
Ron? You look wonderful and just as beautifu as ever. Are you still traveling as much as you were? And, when will you be coming close to us. A lot of questions but it's been a long time.
U know I'm waiting for that autobiography ! This website is beautiful, love that particular picture of U, a blonde in red. But, U wear most any color well, it's the spirit that shows thru, whether concert clothing or "working in the flower bed" clothing. Love the family photos; we've only met Ron, so now we get to see the Wallace children and those darling grandchildren that U love so much.
Louisville, especially the southend, was hit by 6" of rain in one hour with many well-known venues with 4-5' (feet !) of water, some roads with 10-14 ft. Our home was untouched, in part, I suppose, because we've had the B-Dry folks in to prepare the basement for such occasions. I was stranded in E'town til the Watterson and I-65 opened-up. I had gone down to visit with my parents for two days ... picking green beans and blackberries, tomatoes and cucumbers, and watching Daddy till under the remnants of his tiny cornfield to plant another 30' of greenbeans. One of those busy, yet lazy days enjoying walking the lawn with them, telling me about every plant and who gave it to them.
Now, I'm home, clearing-out email and getting on the paperwork. Have a couple of contacts for new contracts; but, this close to the 1st anniversary of losing Ry (my 19 yo grandson), I really don't want to go on the road til we've been with family and friends, old girlfriends, his male soulmates/sports team mates/lifetime friends, his frat brothers, etc. So, the remainder of this month will be heavy on reflection (truly, this entire year has been that). As U know, an unexpected ever-so-close loss can tie-up ones entire system, in spite of spiritual maturity, acceptance without comprehension at every level, etc. Time and God's mercy are healing those hurts; but, has not removed the daily tears and, often, unconscious reveries and activities.
I see that UR in Somerset this week-end; would love to attend; but, it is my Sun in the intercessory prayer room, so I've already cancelled my annual trip to B'Grn to honor the prayer schedule. We'll add ur venue to our prayer list for a wonderful week-end of sharing and watching the Spirit move. Maybe a closer venue is in the works !
Blessings to U and Ron, neither of whom I ever tho't I'd see on that style of "motor bike." LU LJ, later or in the Eastern Sky ... Joy