W. Haines
  • Female
  • Augusta, NJ
  • United States
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  • Marian Bruffy
  • Hilda
  • Ray Lovegrove
  • Timothy
  • ProNica
  • Paul Box
  • Nicole M Myers
  • Angela York Crane
  • Eileen Cogan
  • Jan Lyn Lewis
  • Chris Nugent
  • Dave Austin
 

Welcome, W. Haines!

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About Me
A gentle, artistic Quaker soul. Loves A Course in Miracles and Essene Gospels of Peace. Native Texan, aesthete and artist, 48 trips around the sun, thousands of miles, lessons and experiences later and I've slowly evolved into a healer, archer, creatrix, beekeeping , botanic sculptor, researcher, traveling, free spirited, photographing, gardening, kayaking, fun-making, off-roading, unschooling, bonsai loving, risk-taking, insatiably curious, tad eccentric, wandering, gentle, book-collecting, often mild-mannered, student of life, and mother of one who lives in a mountain hollow with many creatures - wild and not so wild.

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At 12:45pm on 11th mo. 1, 2013, Paul Box said…

My new Friend Wisteria I am appreciative of thy acceptance of my friendship.

Continued blessings,

Paul

At 11:34am on 2nd mo. 10, 2013, Marian Bruffy said…

Dear Friend Wisteria!!

 

Thank thee for accepting my invitation!! I am so glad to have thee as my Friend here at QQ!

 

Blessings on thy day!

 

Love & Light,

Thy Friend in Christ,

 

Marian

At 1:28pm on 1st mo. 17, 2013, Hilda said…

Dear Friend Wisteria!

Thank you so much for accepting my invitation! I am delighted to have you for a friend and anticipate conversing with you in the future as time affords! 

Do you like cats? What types of books do you read?  Sorry to bombard you with questions but I am new here.

Again, thanks for being my friend!!!

Hilda

At 2:45am on 12th mo. 29, 2012, Timothy said…

Thank thee for kindly accepting our invitation. I hope to get to know thee better. I noticed thy Profile was very interesting, as I also, enjoy photography, small scale and I'm not professional at it, but I still enjoy it. Book collecting and artistic, for me it is the art of poetry. I have a number of poems in the old classic manner I have written. So, again, I wish to thank thee. I do not come here as frequently as I used to, nor do I participate in the discussions as often as I used to, but I do wish to start visiting a bit more and participating more as well as get to know thee and other Friends here: the ones I'm used to and fresh newly formed friendships also. I hope to be an agreeable and upright Friend to thee.

Thy Friend in the Light of God and His Christ,

(:(: ~Timothy~ :):)

At 3:20pm on 12th mo. 4, 2012, Ray Lovegrove said…

Pleased to meet you. Welcome to QuakerQuaker!

At 9:36am on 12th mo. 4, 2012, Jan Lyn Lewis said…

Hi W. Haines,

I appreciate you befriending me here and see you are from NJ as well.  I don't get here often, but your request reminds me of how I miss this place and will try to stop by more frequently.  Welcome-I hope you enjoy it and your journey.

In Friendship,

Jan Lyn

 
 
 

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