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Lynn S. Combes

"Therefore if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation.

The old has passed away behold the new has come."

                             2 Corinthians 5:17

Introducing: A Garden Full of Butterflies

   

Purchase the new book by Lynn S. Combes

"A Garden Full Of Butterflies"

Lynn talks about her personal experiences with bereavement in an interview with Lori Pederson of www.ididnotknowwhattosay.com
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  (A Garden Full of Butterflies) and her testimony.

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         A Garden Full of Butterflies

 

         Following the death of her mother, ten-year-old Marissa’s life changes
         forever. School goes from a place of learning to a place of terror, where
         everyone stares at her. Her friends don’t understand, and she loses interest
         in even her favorite things. It is all because of loss-a loss no child should
         have to experience: the loss of her mother, her best friend, and her 
         staunchest  supporter. Mrs. Chancey, a kindly neighborhood woman, takes  
         Marissa under her wing. For the first time in weeks, Marissa finds peace in
         Mrs. Chancey’s backyard garden. Soon, Marissa opens up to her neighbor
         and shares her feelings of anger, guilt, and emptiness. Mrs. Chancey can
         relate.  She too lost loved ones, many years ago, and Marissa begins to realize    
         they have more in common than just a love for flowers.

 

 

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