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Patricia k

I'm so sorry you are dealing with this aftermath of this heinous crime. You are not alone, as you well know. Peace to you.

Nancy Iverson

I just "bumped" into your website from Pinterst. Loved the flowering fields box. I read your devotion and several below. I just wanted to tell you how much your sharing touched my heart. Your writing is beautiful and is open, honest, and so telling of what a wonderful person you are. I pray those triggers start fading from your life. I am so glad you shared and hope it helps cleanse that memory.

Brenda B

Oh, my. Tears for you, my dear friend.

Your courage, your determination to show mercy, your desire to help others heal....You are an amazing woman, and I am so blessed to call you my friend! Extra prayers for you!

Kathy A.

Lyssa, it sounds like the God of the Universe (who loves you with an ever lasting love) sent you a man after HIs own heart to extend tender grace and compassion. Amen and Amen!

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Lyssa Griffin Zwolanek is a blessed mom of two adorably quirky kids and blissful wife to a handsome history professor in Wisconsin. A successful direct sales veteran for over a decade, she loves world travel, researching Sensory Processing Disorder, advocating for sexual abuse victims, and writing about grace sufficient for every need.