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    Sarah Jean Anderson March 18, 2013

    Can’t wait to read it!

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    Mark Johnson March 18, 2013

    I love how you are able to see and observe things that most of us don’t even take the time or energy to notice. It’s been a blessing to see this thru your eyes.

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    Marilyn Hayhurst March 18, 2013

    Way to go sweetie!!

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    Dorene DeWhitt March 20, 2013

    Very proud of you. It’s been a lot of hard work to get your writings ready to publish. Looking forward to holding the book in my hands!!

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    Dianne Gibbons March 20, 2013

    I so agree with your introduction–God is always surrounding us, whether we really “get it” or not. Put me on the list for your next book, and thanks for the fresh outlook!

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    Jason Hertel March 21, 2013

    What a great topic Katherine. If we were all more aware of the blessings that surround us day to day perhaps we would all find more peace in the chaos of this world. Good for you for taking this on.

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    Megan Palmer March 23, 2013

    The website looks great! I had a great time working with you, Katherine!

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    Marilyn Hayhurst March 23, 2013

    I love the new balloon story! Letting the air out slowly so that it is imperceptible…how appropriate.

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    Janine Hansen March 28, 2013

    So happy for you, what an inspiration you are.

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    Faye Phillips April 3, 2013

    Meeting you at a recent Toastmasters meeting was a blessing and very inspirational. Thanks for sharing the MIB story with me–how insightful! I’m looking forward to reading your book.

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    Janine Hansen August 9, 2013

    I recommend this book to anyone needing some inspiration and insight in their life ♥

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    Charlotte Cloud August 31, 2013

    Really enjoyed the book and it made me think about how I can see God in every day events in my life too.

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    Shea Schierling September 5, 2013

    I just started this book and am absolutely excited to read on. The way Katherine sees things that we don’t see. What a gift she has. I love it!!! Am so glad she has decided to share this gift with us.

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    Janet Corpas September 5, 2013

    I’ve been reading “Seeing God in the Simple Things,” by my friend, Katherine Weaver! It is a wonderful book that really causes you to think and see things differently. Mom and I were discussing today how Katherine points out a truth in the story of the Good Samaritan that neither of us have ever heard discussed in all our years in church. I highly recommend this book!!

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    Janine Hansen September 5, 2013

    You are such a blessing to me …heaven sent. I can have a bad day and read a little in your book and feel better, and not so alone….thank you!!

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    Ron Hitt September 6, 2013

    The author writes with a conviction unsurpassed. Writing from personal, everyday experiences, she brings home just how pervasive is the love of God. A real eye opener; this is a must read. I thank God for bringing this book into my life!

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    Terry Fuller September 23, 2013

    THANK YOU!! Love the book again and again.

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    Doug February 7, 2014

    Finally someone speaks the truth! Read your article in the newspaper and loved it!! Went right out and bought your book.

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    Verna February 9, 2014

    Katherine, you have blessed my heart with your book. ‘Seeing God in the Simple Things’ is truly a gift of love and encouragement. I’ve read and re-read many of the stories and you are definitely inspired by God. How you draw the lessons from the day-to-day walk is amazing and wonderful! I love the way you write. Thank you for letting God use you in this way.

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    Marilyn February 9, 2014

    Katherine has such a way of looking at things that comes around from the back door and enters your heart. Her writings are inspired and so pertinent to everyone’s busy lives. Just sit down and read one story and be refreshed. You will be amazed!

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    Mark February 9, 2014

    I have read this book several times and I always find a nugget that was not noticed the previous time. A book that can always have something golden to offer.

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    Marilyn April 1, 2014

    This writing on the Candy Crush game relates on so many levels to our lives. Whether you have permanent obstacles or those you can master and move to the next level, we can see our life patterns move forward. I love it! Don’t miss reading this one!

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