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  1. I remember doing this with children long ago, Lindsey. Well done! Hoping you feel that triumph again today!

  2. Hosanna! What a wonderful word! Thank you for sharing this and reminding us to not miss the joy!

  3. Thank you for this Beautiful reading to do with Pam Sunday. My friend from Belfast her Church celebrated it. By having a real Donkey walking the streets from their Church. To show people and kids with their Parents. This what the Messiah did on Pam Sunday. She my friend even though her and her friend now live 86 miles away from me. They are still my best friends. Two sisters go to the same church not married sent me a photo of it being walked down the street and the crowds. Plus her my friend with it. It was so lovely to see. I love that story where or Messiah tells this Disciples to untie the coalt as the Donkey would have been known then in those days. You read the people putting their garments on top of it. For our Lord who is the Messiah to sit on. Plus the road that him and the Donkey was going to walk. That would have been a beautiful picture to see if been alive then. It lovely to read in those days. So as John 12:13 says hosanna Blessed is he who who comes the name of the Lord. I say Amen to that. Keeping you all in prayer. Love Dawn Ferguson-Little Enniskillen Co.Fermanagh N.Ireland. xx

  4. Thank you Lindsey. Enjoy those kiddos. They grow fast!!!
    Thank you for sharing this beautiful memory of Palm Sunday. Blessings to you and your family \0/
    Blessings to all \0/

  5. Lindsey,

    Sometimes it is easier to enjoy the moment than to worry about the details. God wants us to be exuberant celebrants not worriers. Let the children have & wave their palm branches. It brings joy & happiness to them plus teaches them a lesson.

    Prayers for your family!!