Carl D. Williams
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At 8:01am on 10th mo. 21, 2013, Paul Box said…

Likewise Brother Carl. Weather heating up down here as we are in spring, yesterday 97! Be blessed friend.

At 8:02pm on 10th mo. 15, 2013, Paul Box said…

Greetings Carl,

Wonderful slide show! God's richest blessings to you from Paraguay.

A Friend to Thee,

Paul

At 8:10pm on 9th mo. 30, 2013, William F Rushby said…

Hello, Carl!

The pictures are very nice.  I wish they were captioned.

Bill Rushby

At 2:02pm on 7th mo. 1, 2012, Timothy said…

Sorry to have taken so long to respond (due to severe storms and power outages from 6th Month 29th's bow echo storm). Thank thee for the acceptance of our invitation, Friend Carl. Blessings to thee as well.

Thy Friend,

Timothy

At 7:34pm on 8th mo. 1, 2011, Paula Deming said…

I am very glad to find your blog, Carl. I will spend much time reading it, I assure you.

Your visit to Columbus Friends in May 2010 has made a lasting difference in the vitality of our meeting. We are finally getting  around to ensuring that retreats and visitors become regular nourishment for us. Thank you, very belatedly, for coming among us.

Yours in Everlasting Love and Light, Paula

At 9:33am on 6th mo. 3, 2010, Pastor Samuel Muderhwa said…
Dear Carl

thanks for the good work you are doing.

Samuel
At 9:32am on 9th mo. 28, 2009, Carol Dawes said…
You look very Quakerly in your hat!

Carol D
 
 
 

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