[in memory…]

Zee Gimon

I am Zee. I call myself the Observer because that's what I find myself doing most of the time - observe life and people around me. My blog is a Pensieve, similar to that of Dumbledore, used to keep the thoughts and random ideas that visit my brain.

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  • Thanks sis for the pictorial walk of memories. Caleb reminded us to pray for Putin today. (Great post). I told him I had promised you that but had forgotten. I will do that for him, but also for Ukraine. More so for you, my dear friend, and Sam. Stay safe.

    • Went to Caleb’s blog to read the post. It was a tough point… I know it’s what’s expected of us… but I can’t love that guy. He’s pure evil if I knew of one…

      Thanks for prayers.

  • Zee, reading your post brought more prayer out of me for your country and you and Sam. I remember being in Bolivia when they were having uprising happened mostly with the college students and the government. Our daughter, a missionary friend and I got caught in a taxi one night in the middle of the first night of demonstration. People were beating on our taxi with clubs, yelling, tires were burning everywhere, it was one of the most frightening times of my life. Thank God the taxi driver was able to find a small side road and got us out of there, he was as scared as we were. What we did not know that night was the demonstration was also against American, for their withdrawal of funds to help college students.
    I was proud of you and Sam for continuing on with your plans to get married even with the threats of more unrest are all around you. Even with all the turmoil you two are keeping your hearts turned to Him who loves you both. Stay safe.

    • Betty – oh wow… I can only imagine. It’s scary enough to get into a tight situation in your own country, but I can only imagine what’s it like to be caught up in the unrest in a different country.

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