Playing with Ancestry Shared DNA Match Tool 🌿





Playing with Ancestry Shared DNA Match Tool  🌿



Today. I was looking at some of my Message Boards that I have SAVED from the Past. Just to make sure I was getting notified on new Posts or Comments and Responses from old Threads. 

Last week Ancestry rolled out a new feature to some 10% of it's customers. Not sure when the rest will receive the rollout. 

The feature lets you integrate within the rest of Ancestry about your DNA to keep you from going back and forth so much to the Homepage. You will start to see it in other segments of Ancestry as they go along. 

I just happened to notice it in Message Boards or did I not?

Where else if you are Beta testing the New Feature have you seen it within Ancestry's Walls?

This is how it's supposed to be used when I use it for the other Kit I manage, my Cousin James. 

There are several people included in this List. One is my 3rd Cousin. Her Grandmother and my Grandfather are Siblings. But we all share Granddaddy Ike Ivery in different Grandparent degrees. 









Me & Cousin James



Then when I click on James's Name. The NEW feature shows me and James SHARE. It does it with the rest of my KNOWN Cousins as well. 


As I was going to my Message Board. Certain names were highlighted. I'm assuming they are Members and or DNA Tested. I'm not sure of the clickable highlighted names purpose. 


When I click on the Name of the Person in Message Boards it lets me know if this Person is on my DNA List or not

 That's how I ran into all this today. Not sure if it's a Glitch? Or what they call integrated into the rest of the Website. 

These are the two types of examples I ran into so far. 




Clickable Person on Message Boards




A Match on DNA Homepage. I don't match. I do match a KIT they Manage. 



The above image is of a person on my Match List from the DNA Homepage. I click on their Username it lets me know I don't match them but a Kit they manage. 



Don't know of the inaccuracies or if it's wonky? Or is it just me messing around and trying to make something out of nothing? I had fun for a hour to see consistencies and to see if any of those Queries were any kin to me on the same board by DNA.  






- Me -




When I went to a Board where I know I replied and clicked my name. It shows I'm not on my own DNA list. 



Otherwise it was fun Playing around with Ancestry Shared DNA Tool  🌿 today. 



I'm trying to get more information, so please be patient with me. I'll have more information when I find out. 


If you can leave me a NoTe or Comment to give me suggestions or an explanation, that would be AWESOME! 



 🌿


NoTe To MySeLf:  


I tried to look for my 4th Cousin Linda on the Message Boards to see if she would be on the "Shared Match" New Tool. Her Board name is different from her DNA Results name she uses. So that may be a issue at a later time. We know she matches me and she is on my List through the homepage of DNA Results. This still has potential and I'm gonna keep coming back to it and trying different methods. I hope it's fine tuned as well and not just a Glitch. I would love to see my DNA Matches in other places around Ancestry besides the DNA Homepage. 


Best Regards, True-  🌿






A Daughter of the American Revolution




My Patriot 

Johann Nicholas Barrick



Johann Nicholas Barrick "My Patriot" was born on August 2, 1761 in Greenwich, Pennsylvania. He married Anna Maria Lambert ( Lambertie) variations in 1783. They had four children in 23 years. He died on July 20, 1844 in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, having lived a long life of 82 years.




As you can see, my Patriot is from Pennsylvania. I was born and raised in Pennsylvania so it was only natural for me to make my final decision to choose a Chapter in Pennsylvania.  Mother and Daughter - We joined together! 


Here's a Genealogical Sketch back to my 
5th Great Grandfather Nicholas Barrick


My True Roots



Grandfather Nicholas served with the 6th Battalion of Berks County, Pa Militia. He was mustered in for the Revolutionary War. He received a pension from 1837- until his death in 1844. When the Revolutionary War was over, he was deeded land from his Father Henry who we see has having the last name of Berg. He shared this land with his brother John in Pennsylvania. The family ended up moving to Queen Annes County in Maryland about 1790 where Nicholas worked as a bricklayer on the new courthouse. 

It took me four years to order and research, to get my Application for the DAR completed. It was well worth the Fight! It was quite the experience with this type of lineage research gaining and ordering sources and proving connections generation to generation and how it's suppose to be done correctly. It took every ounce of my belief and others that this could be possible. 

I want to Thank some very patient Genealogy Friends along the way who encouraged me and had my back along the way. Even when I was pouting and throwing my hands up at a few turns. They kept me encouraged. 

There was even a "Group" made for me to go back and forth on theories and have a workstation, just for me to concentrate solely on my application and get moral support.

There was a Mondays with Myrt! program I had attended  from Dear Myrtle. All this came about because I yelled out of place in our Chat Room and my hand went up like a school girl who couldn't wait to be answered from the teacher! We were having a discussion and somehow DAR came up.  Cousin Russ and Dear Myrtle said "Who was that?" and her light bulb went off! 
That is how the ball got rolling!  With her weekly Wacky Wednesday she took time and patience with Cousin Russ to have a Hangout designed around me and my Patriot. She gathered all the resources she had available and got me  surrounded with a Group of Ladies that went well beyond the "Call of Duty", like Soldiers do. They had a plan. 

I was introduced to Marian Kowalski and Sheri B. Fenley along with Carmen Cross and Brenda Hare.  Their work was impeccable. 

They had all my Documents lined up and advised me on, what do you do next?  They were my 2nd pair of eyes with glasses. For one, I had approached my application in the wrong way. DAR research is different from tree building.

You see where I'm going with this?  

Collaboration at it's best! The Genealogy Community came out for one of it's own. 

By the time Dear Myrtle and her Community got through with me I had a completed DAR worksheet with all that I had researched and saw where my 3 weakest links where to work on so I could continue to the home stretch.   

In February, 2016 after Rootstech I was able to Submit my Application to my Registrar. 

 On April 25th, 2016. The Letter I was waiting on came with the news I needed more Documentation. Hard lessons to learn and more research. 


I am now as of July 5th, 2016 a Member of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution. 


My Official DAR Certificate




Open Letter

Dear Pat; and Cousin Russ & Sheri Dahling, 

 Without you all keeping me uplifted, encouraged and beating the drum on this Application. I wouldn't of got through this all. I wanted you to know I appreciate all the work and effort you put into this Special Project just for me and my Mom. All your hard work didn't go unnoticed. It's not unbelievable how far and wide you put your arms around me and got me through this Journey. All the support from the Genealogy Community as well. I wanted to thank you with much gratitude and I know my Patriot Grandpa Nicholas is saying Thank You for helping their Grand baby out as well. I Salute you. I Thank you. It's with Gratitude I'm writing to you, from my Heart that I'll always remember and this will be my words for all to see for future Generations. Thank You for being on this Journey with me. 

Thank You and Well Done! 

True! 
The Great Great Great Great Great Granddaughter of Patriot Johann Nicholas Barrick. 




Here's the Episode! True's DAR Application Review


Dear Myrtle


Dedicating this to my Fellow Sisters: Shelley Murphy. Elon Cook & Karen Batchelor the 1st African American Woman recognized admitted to the DAR along with our Brothers Lonnie RileyMichael N. Henderson of the Sons of the American Revolution. Also, My Black Pro Gen Family. You have been supportive in so many ways on my Quest to get this Completed.

 All is Well. Thank You from my heart. 

 This is for you Pudding and the rest of my Future Grand Babies, Nannie did this all for you.






The Lest of roads Traveled. Many have Journeyed before me. Many will come after me. I Stand here to tell you,  you can take this walk and Reclaim your Lineage as well. 
Let your Presence be felt. For you are Today's DAR










Midwest African American Genealogy Institute (MAAGI)








I'll be There!


Leave Me a NoTe or Comment. Let me know if I'll see you! 






Why am I watching ROOTS?




For



Lewis • Ivery • Miles • Daniel •  


It All starts with a Name 








 Memorial Day. Monday. May 30th, 2016 
9pm Eastern : Tonight



Reimagined  Roots  is being aired.

I watched the Original Roots in 1977 at age 9. That year I began to understand Who I was. That I had a History.  As I cowered silently laying on the floor by my Mother's favorite chair and Daddy on the left end of the couch. I was in tears, hoping no one would see me. 
I was fearful, angry and full of pride from one moment to the next in my heart and soul. 

 I'm glad my Parents were there to help protect me from all my feelings that were stirred up in my little 9 year old self.  As I intently listened through scenes to their Oral History about what they knew about Slavery. They were the grandchildren of Slaves. 

Roots has been the catalyst on why I started listening to the Elders talk since 1977. I self taught myself the techniques for Oral History Interviews. This is why I am where I am today, writing for you. 

I remember having to go back to school the next day. I saw myself differently and the world around me from that point on. 

My Ancestors from the Continent of Africa had prevailed with dignity. For our Heritage. Why I stand today. On the mighty shoulders of Elders

The Lewis Surname.

 That name is My Rock. 

My Sword and my Shield


“Before I formed you in the womb I knew you, and before you were born I consecrated you; I appointed you a prophet to the nations.”

 --Jeremiah 1:5






Why am I watching Roots? 

I will Watch with a new pair of eyes. As a Woman. Not the 9 year old girl. Observe. Be Concerned. Learn. Pass the knowledge on. HONOR....and everything else my mind can't comprehend to speak and write. For all the atrocities perpetrated against a People. 

I can go back and tell True at 9. All is well. Go unto the World with your head held high. Your Ancestors are with you every step of the way. 


Why am I watching Roots?

For the years 1513-2016


 IN HONOR OF JAMES LEWIS. He was drafted for WW2 to fight for this Country but had no rights. To prove he was worthy of fighting for this Country and he should be equal in all ways according to the Constitution. All Men are Created Equal.  For his Sister, my Aunt Sarah who is 100 years old as of today. They were the Grandchildren of Slaves.  IKE IVERY born 1853 a Slave . Died a Free man in 1937.  QUEEN DANIEL.  For my Great Grandmother, Eddie Lee Rosanna Savannah Louisiana Ivery LEWIS. 

 For The 11 Mother's  of Ike Ivery.

 WE DON'T KNOW. Who came through the Middle Passage to a unknown Country. Her bleeding picking cotton hands. 

For the 1.8 Million who died on these Slave Ships

For all the countless names we will never know that were denied their Heritage. For their UnSung Lives. That's why I am watching Roots.

 I'M WATCHING FOR EVERY IMAGINABLE REASONS FOR MY ANCESTORS

Mathias De Sousa. Benjamin Banneker. Phyllis Wheatley. Nat Turner and the Slave Revolt. Denmark Vessey. The Amistad. Harriet Tubman. Stagecoach Mary Fields. Cathey Williams, Woman Buffalo Soldier. Fannie Lou Hamer. I'm sick and tired, of being sick and tired. Brown vs The Board of Education. Plessy vs Ferguson. The 14th Amendment. The Freedmen's Bureau. The 1867 Voters Registration List or known as the Loyalty Oath. Oliver Lewis the winning Jockey of the 1st Kentucky Derby. Henry O. Flipper. 

Lynchings. The scene of a small girl watching with her Parents as a Black man is being lynched, smiling. Strange Fruit. 



Citation: Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, Photographs and Prints Division, The New York Public Library. (1923 - 1980). Rubin Stacey, lynched victim, hanging from a tree, surrounded by onlookers, including girls, Fort Lauderdale, Florida. 



 Rosa Parks. Dec 1, 1955. 
She Sat down, so we could Stand up. 

My True Roots


Emmett Till. Tuskegee Experiment. Mrs. Henrietta Lacks.  The Sit In's. The Little Rock Nine. The Freedom Riders. The 4 Little Girls. Birmingham. Selma of 1965. Chaney, Goodman and Schwerner. Viola Liuzzo. Loving v. Virginia, 1967. The 1968 Olympics. Medgar Evers. Clinton Melton. The Poor Peoples Campaign. Dr. Martin Luther King, 3rd. Assassinated for the color of his skin and for doing what's right for all men. Trayvon Martin. Murdered by Stalking for walking home in his own subdivision. This is why I'm watching Roots



44th President of the United States. Barack H. Obama. 2009-2017. 



Why am I watching Roots?

 All for the 44th President Barack Hussein Obama.

Why I have such a source of Pride for President Obama? 
He knows his European Roots and his African roots. Pres. Obama has what every African American today wants. Their Village, language, and Tribe. Their Traditions and Heritage. 
For the many African Americans that come to you in their quest on their DNA Journey. I ask that you help them piece together with kindness to help them with their lost heritage that was stolen from them. 



I have a Responsibility to MY Family and my Descendants, the Truth about the Lineage from whom we descend. The Truth about their History.  Our Legacy. 

I'm watching so my Fellow Researchers, Genealogists, Family Historians can know what I have to go through on a daily basis when scouring through record after record just to find one more date to add to my Ancestors Life Line. What we call the Dash. 

Why am I watching Roots?


To keep myself Inspired. To know who I AM! To teach my Family. Who What Why and Where we come from! So there is no doubt where our Greatness comes from. 



Why am I watching Roots?




For the Sacrifices. For the Blood. For the Sweat. For the Tears that were shed for my LIFE in my DNA






My True Roots
My True Roots at 23&Me


Why am I watching Roots?



To give God the Glory! To be Thankful and Mindful of all that my Ancestors have gone through with the grace of God to keep living one more day in this LIFE, so that in 2016,

 We ARE, who we BE! 



Why am I watching Roots?

To Never Forget



How can you can help the Descendants of Slaves find their Family? Millions of Names have been Lost through time. It's time to help.  What can you do to Contribute to History? 



This Link will show you how Family Search is working with the History Channel for Roots.  


Or 

Slave Name Roll Project by My Blog Sister Schalene. Her project has been dear to my heart and all her Contributor's that put their family records online so Descendants of Slaves can find them one day. 

These are two ways you can Contribute. 

#ReadingForRoots 

Let's keep the Conversation going. 


Why are you watching Roots ?





Note To Myself:  Why do we as Individuals keep asking others and ourselves, why we do have to WATCH one more Slave Movie? I am watching Roots because a whole Generation was taught by the last Generation we don't need another Slave movie. They left a stain on a whole Generation that this is too painful. It's not important. It doesn't matter.  We don't need to be reminded. We need to move on. 

 It's our Responsibility to People of African Descent to not let them go unnoticed and push their lives to the side.  Their Lives are Worth more than Gold. They built this Country, we so freely walk on every day. 

I say to you, if you don't know where we come from? How can you navigate through life ignoring the past to go into the Future? This is all of Our History as a Country. We can't pick and choose. We have to make the right choice and honor those that came before us. We are all in this Together. 

This is my Answer


This is why I am watching Roots




Genealogy Roadshow PBS William & Minty Ivey/Ivery


My True Roots

Meet Me in St. Louis.......

How I got on the show....

What Did you Find OUT? 

I think that's the MOST question I've been asked through all of this. This Summer, June 13th, 2014 they had Open Casting. I actually found the information floating around Google+. After pondering and thinking. I opened my Bible and read the 1st passage that I had opened up to. Read. Contemplated & Prayed. I don't take these things lightly. Like I said there is a Spiritual Component to me researching my Ancestors
 I knew it could be anything. Whatever it was I was gonna have to Accept it on behalf of my Family.  


I Got my laptop out and applied.  2 weeks later My point of Contact asked if I could do a interview? I said YeS! Thank Goodness. I practiced for a week and my DNA Cousin Shelley Murphy  Family Tree Girl!  click link. Hello Mother!

 She helped me out for a evening of conversation. She doesn't know it, but she knows now! We had wanted "Face Time" so it was perfect timing. 
My contact for the show, She emailed me details on the date and time. My interviewer made me so comfortable it was like a Great Conversation with someone you meet unexpectedly. 


It was the longest 3 weeks of my Life! I was wondering everyday and hoping they could find something. Did I say some off the wall thing? Was I boring? All kinds of thoughts ran in my head. Finally she called me back around July 23rd and said; Can you come to St. Louis in August? Sure; when? She replied we have taping on August 21st through the 23rd. During those 3 weeks, I'm waiting by the phone, checking email constantly through all this period. Making sure I didn't miss any calls or communication online. I had all 3 items with me at all times. Cell phone. Land line. Laptop. It was Hilarious and nerve wrecking! I was a bunch of nerves for a month. I only shared with a handful of people. I didn't want anyone to know I applied in case I didn't make it! I would only know!  So finally I broke down in a Whisper to her. Did I make the Show?  she says YEs!! We liked your Story and you made it!!!!! YEs you can tell Everyone your really gonna be on the Genealogy Roadshow!


My True Roots


You know I had to ask her like 3 to 4 times through the whole conversation. I had MaDe It! She said I was more than Welcomed and that I had 10 spots available for family and friends! 
YEs True! You made it! Your gonna be on the Genealogy Roadshow! You made IT!

My Application had been Accepted! I went BoNkeRs! I had never tried anything like this in my Whole Life. I too always wondered? How do they pick Folks for these shows? Well now I know! The process went without any hiccups. It was smooth I couldn't even attest to any other way it would go. 


My Experience was a Once in a Lifetime Dream.
It spoke so much as to who My True Roots was and I was Ecstatic for Her and for Me! 
Especially for my Family. 
This is who it was Truly for. It was all Done out of Love for my Family on all sides. They choose to pick Grandaddy Ike's people. 
Out of 100,000 applications between 3 Cities. New Orleans. Philadelphia. St. Louis

                My Ol'Slave Made it!


Who is William Ivey?



I have a Timeline of 64 years of his Life for 1817 to 1881 for all I know by documentation for 
Grandfather William Ivey

William Ivey was born in around 1817. I've seen as early as 1812. What was going in this Country where it says he was born in South Carolina?

The State of Alabama had Freed it's Slaves by  The 13th Amendment which was on February 1st, 1865. 

 1st Census that I can find William Ivey is in 1870. 



William and Minty Ivey became a family in or around 1850 when Minty first conceived child at the age of 15. A daughter named
Rosanna.

In 1853 William & Minty Welcomed and Praised God for their 1st Son. Issac "Ike" Ivery! He is who My Family honors every 2 years in Reunion.
 He was my 3rd Great Grandfather. A Slave......



This is where Genealogy Roadshow at St. Louis Union Station on PBS! comes in for my Family. 
Right under the St.Louis Historical Landmark at the Grand Union Station. Click here for more Information. 
"The Whispering Arch"". 
I can now tell that Whisper Secret out LOUD to you all!  

My question on application was? I needed to know was my Ivery's Slaves? Free Persons of Color? How did they attain their Last Name of IVERY? 


They find out William Ivey age 48.  He was my 4th Great Grandfather. A Slave...... Slaves! and Minty is with him. She was 31.  They were Married on....


Sunday! "November 5th,1865"
My True Roots
William & Minty Ivey Marriage License


Now just think for a moment......




It took them 15 years, 15 Years...15 years to be able to go to the Courthouse in Pike County, Alabama to legally get married. Only for the simple reason they were FREE! They were SLAVES in PIKE County, ALABAMA as we know of today. Genealogy Roadshow provided proof they were not Free People of Color. 11 other Couples got married that same day.  




Prior to their Marriage I'm sure since they had their 1st child in 1850 which is 15 years earlier I just know they "Jumped the Broom" on the Plantation! 

 By 1865 they had 6 children born to their union already. Including Granddaddy Ike! he was born in 1853. He was 12 years old when he saw his Daddy and Momma being married. 
I know what I was doing at the age of 12; so I can just "Imagine"!  I dream of me being there with watchful eyes, being happy and content. 

Bullock County, Alabama was formed December 5, 1866. Before that it's made up of parts of Pike and surrounding Counties. I've learned over time when the borders for the counties changed. 

In 1870 they were living in Ridgely, Bullock County, Alabama. Married for 5 years legally. Together for 20 Years total! William was 53. Minty was 35. 

 I can see where Granddaddy Ike was getting his youthful ways from!
 Granddaddy Ike was 70 in 1923 when his last child was born! 


My True Roots
William & Minty Ivey 1870 Census, Ala.


In 1880 William was 63. Living in Bullock County.
1881 he is still Living. I know from his daughter Isabelle (Belle) Ivery was marrying Charles Haynes on May 28, 1881. On the marriage license it states where were they married? It was wrote; the above parties were married by me on her Father William Ivey's Place. When I saw that! I was doing the Genealogy "Happy Dance". I just stared at that last LINE. He was still with us!

Look Below



My True Roots
Isabelle Ivey & Charles Haynes Marriage License

So we know until 1881 he was still here at the age of 64. After that his location remains unknown to me. I can't find them on 1900 Census for Bullock County, Ala. 

My Family has a great start on finding more about Grandpa William and Granny Minta. 



This was a Emotional Journey. A time of Reflection and Contemplation. When you do this for so long and you get this Item. It's Overwhelming. So much is lost and gone. We might never find it all. So when this happened for Us. This Document we received. It's truly treasured. 

 This Marriage License it might seem like a small thing....it is Not. It is my Family's Oldest Document now. That one piece of paper tells a Story for all of us Ivery's! It says who we are.  That We exist. We come from this Soil. This Land. We were Slaves. We were Free.  This is confirmation. With this Document I can go further.There is more Work for me to do. Along with Potential Slave Owners from the research papers Genealogy Roadshow gave me of what they researched. It goes to show you also how Important On-Site Research is necessary. You can't find everything Online. I will do it lovingly for as long as I can. This also gave me more Confidence. As long as I have been doing genealogy and I feel seasoned. I try to be as accurate as possible. Sometimes I get nervous.   This was a lesson that I was doing my research correctly. It confirmed to me I can do this. My work can be passed on. It was relief to have a 2nd pair of eyes looking at what I do and that they know I can appreciate what they do as Professionals. This is hard work. It takes time and so much patience. It's not for the weary. There are many joys! The sorrows come equally with it. 

It's about Perseverance and Preservation with Collaboration
So I advise anyone who comes to you with interest. Love in their heart and conviction. Please take the time to help them. To share with them. Commune with them. We can not do this work alone. It takes a Family like mine who patiently walks on this journey with me anytime I need answers. Pictures. Documents. Or just to talk. I Truly stress My True Roots does not do this Alone. 
We All have a Story. I'm just trying to TELL Mine, Ours. 


Many Thanks and Gratitude for PBS. Genealogy Roadshow. Mr. Krasnow. Kenyatta Berry and My Producer LaMonte! My Researcher LaDonna. You two know who you are! Lisa Landrum and all the behind scenes people like Josh and Mary! Ms. Kay Porter for extending a Invitation for Pre-Screening to my Family from Nine Network out of St. Louis! My Cousin James, Bea, John Kite. Mommie & Daddy. My Beloved Aunt Sallie Bea. She always said she knew my Heart from Looking into my Eyes. Family. Bug&Pidge, my Parents. My Fellow Blogger Community. Everyone was on this Journey with Me, no matter what or how we have come to know each other. I took ALL of you along with my Ancestors. You were all there in St. Louis with me in Spirit. So this is just as much as my Journey as it is Yours. 
 I look forward to working with Pike County Courthouse. A first for me. 

This has been a time. I'm grateful for all the opportunities and the chance to be accepted on the show to exhibit that you can find your Ancestors with a little work. I'm thankful they showed my Family as a Example. 

 It's been a long 9 months! To hold a Secret in confidence. I felt like I was gonna "burst" by the time February 10th came and it ALL happened during
 "Black History Month"!

I think I have come a long way.....
The St. Louis Union Station episode was February 1oth, 2015.
I'll always Remember and Cherish for being on Season 2 of Genealogy Roadshow on PBS. During Black History Month and near Grandaddy Ike's Birthday. It was meant to be!


Our Ol'Slave Granddaddy Ike Ivery whom my Family holds in high Esteem and Honor. He has earned his rightful place 162 years later! His Birthday is February 14th, 1853!
Happy 78th Heavenly Birthday! 
My True Roots
Granddaddy Ike & Me. 2009.

You ushered in a Great Birthday Gift to your Descendants! 
We; your Proud Descendants.We now have your Parents in their rightful Place to take us a bit further. 
We understand. WHY Family is so Important to you? Why you felt so compelled? Always keeping your 23 children together. What you learned from your Father and Mother that you carried the tradition on. It will Continue. So may it Be!


You were there Granddaddy Ike, that Day! as a Witness. Now this Marriage Licence will bear Witness to All. 

Sunday, November 5th, 1865!
One Early Sunday Mornin'!....
You were there....You were there. 






My True Roots
Lisa~ Kenyatta ~ Me


My True Roots
Girl Talk during Filming Break




My True Roots
Break from Filming

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More Info on Pike County


Thanks to my Friend and Filmmaker Susan! (click here) She has Supported me so much in this Journey. She can help you Preserve your Family History as well. Look below at Link at what she did for US!


My Family Documentary about Ike Ivery to Me



Dedicated to My 1st & Only Granddaughter: Jai ! 
& My Future Descendants. 
I hope I made you Proud. 


Leave me a NoTe or a Comment!
Let me know what you THINK!
2-10-2015 Originally Posted
Dear Heavenly Father, I'm so "Grateful". it's Flowing from my Heart.

I Thessalonians 5:18

 

In EVERYTHING Give Thanks: For this is the Will of God in Christ Jesus concerning YOU.

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