Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Happy Day For Dad Golden With Ruby Tuesday Tints


it was last friday that mom and dad golden received this lovely post card from felisol and it made them so happy!...i saved it for ruby tuesday because there are so many tints of red in both the front and...

the back!..the stamp with the glorious flag is so nice!
better still though my heart was made very happy when i read the message that dad's "norway"wrote to mom and dad golden...i do not have enough words of thanks to her. my bestest friend!
god bless you and your family felisol and thank you for all you do for your prayer child, dad golden...love terry


Felisol said...

Dear friend Terry,
You know you sent me a package so full of Canada, I was quite overwhelmed.
I used days to find out which to keep and witch was meant for Jillian and that other lady.
Gunnar smiled and said, "Oh, you have Christmas all the year." That is what happen, being your friend, Christmas all the year.

I don't have that much energy or fantasy, but I love my Prayeerchild and his wife, I really do.

Hope you still have a Happy Ruby Tuesday in Canada. Here it's Wednesday now.
Hugs from yours Felisol

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

How blessed you are to have someone praying for you daily!


They say that just one touch of red
Will put big, bold thoughts in your head.
So scarlet’s for you,
And burgundy too,
And cardinal and carmine—‘nuff said!

© 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher

Feast of Reds

Amrita said...

Very nice card Terry and you enhanced it with Felisol 's smiling face.

I am sure Mom and Dad liked it.

clavs said...

Hi there Aunt Terry, I missed your presence in my blog? hehe. how are you? take care and GOD bless you and your family always...
Little filipina girl, clavs

Jim said...

Hi Ms. Terry ~~ This was a perfect and happy Ruby Tuesday post for me to read. I think there are at least four very happy people in Canada right now.
Good! Good for you, Felisol. There are quite a few of us who pray for Pop Golden.
BTW, did you know that Felisol and I were in London together this time but didn't get to see each other. Neither of us knew the other was there until she had gone back home.