765. Forgiveness does not change the past, but it does enlarge the future. ~Paul Boese

Chocolate says “I’m sorry”
so much better than words.
~Rachel Vincent


I’ve have been absent this weekend and have not been able to read your posts or answer comments for days, and I’m so sorry. My granddaughter graduated from high school yesterday, and it was a very busy weekend preparing food for a party on Saturday and then the ceremony itself was yesterday. I’m also the one usually picked to take all the photos during such events so there were the 400+ photos to download, edit, and email to the interested parties. But I believe that by tomorrow, life should be back to my normal routines at least for the next two weeks. I wish I could give you some of the candy in this Paris shop because their chocolate is so much better than ours. Please accept my apology as I do care about each and everyone one of you, and I’ve hated not being able to be involved and in touch. Love, Natalie

May you be blessed by the Lord, the Maker of heaven and earth. ~Psalm 115:15  ✝

19 thoughts on “765. Forgiveness does not change the past, but it does enlarge the future. ~Paul Boese

    • Oh, I sure it was all good. I just can’t tell you how much better chocolate is over there! I’m gonna try to bring some home this time, and if I do, I’ll send you some. Hugs, N 🙂 ❤


  1. Ohhhhh, you don’t have to apologize N. Life happens. I’ve not been as present as before, but I hear you. I love my blogging relationships and would love to invest more time than am able.
    As for now, I’ll have a couple (ok many) scoops of each of those goodies please. Hehehe.
    🙂 ❤ Many hugs sweet M.N.

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