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Now graduated from her role as a homeschooling mom of 8, Dawn Camp devotes her time and love of stories to writing her first novel. She enjoys movie nights, cups of Earl Grey, and cheering on the Braves. She and her husband navigate an ever-emptying nest in the Atlanta suburbs.

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  1. What are great encouragement for any day but especially on a Monday! Thank you for this! May we all have a friend & be the friend that broadens our perspective beyond our unknown dreads! Blessings!

  2. I was a school counselor and often times would ask the same question to students? What really is the worst that can happen? I am glad to be reminded of it and today of all days, too.

  3. Dawn,

    We must remember God is in control of this spinning universe. Absolutely nothing that happens to or around us will surprise Him. He know the plans He as prepared for us. Why waste time worrying about outcomes? Jesus said we would have trials/tribulations down here. But He also said to take heart for He has over come the world. Another thing to remember is that God is working in & through us with each trial. He is growing our character to become more Christlike. He also wants to bless the socks off us. Just pray for His will to be done & watch Him work. I’ve been the recipient of many of His blessings after a trial.

    Blessings ::)

  4. Hello Dawn from Dawn all the way the other side of the world in Enniskillen Co.Fermanagh N.Ireland. I was in Hospital 4 years ago past in October this year. For Hysterectomy. I found this saying. It is so true it helps me estate when I am going through something that is annoying to me. It is “Don’t worry about tomorrow God is already there.” So I remember that so I know God is already there. No matter what God will walk infornt of me go before me for the next day so nothing can touch me. I have nothing to be afraid of. I took that saying on board before my Hysterectomy 4 years ago. I did fear because God had gone before me. As the saying said Don’t worry about tomorrow God is already there. We can take everything to him in prayer. Through his Holy Spirit he will tell us what to do. Like me and my hysterectomy operation. I didn’t worry about it. Because God was already there with me. By my side. God never leave us. That is so good to know. Thank you Dawn for what you shared. Keeping you all incourage in my prayers. Love Dawn xx