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A Slice of Faith

Alexandria, VA resident Amanda M. Socci is blogging a book, "A Slice of Faith." Please comment! (Also listed here is the Gratitude in Alexandria series.) Flag as Inappropriate

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Faith will stop the bleeding
Rev. Charles Oberkehr June 26, 2013 at 09:48 am
Maybe you know this...the Chinese character for "crisis" is a combination of 2 otherRead More characters...'danger' & 'opportunity'. When I am in crisis, I try not to focus only on the 'danger' but to remember to look for the 'opportunity' the crisis presents as well. I pray good things for your husband and your family.
Amanda M. Socci, Freelance Writer June 26, 2013 at 09:34 pm
A thoughtful comment, Reverend Oberkehr. Thank you so much for praying for our success in this toughRead More unemployment market. Any warm job leads would be appreciated, too! God bless.
Rev. Charles Oberkehr December 4, 2012 at 03:49 pm
Thanks for taking us on this journey of gratitude Amanda.
Amanda M. Socci, Freelance Writer December 5, 2012 at 01:51 am
My great pleasure, Reverend! Thank you for reading. So much to be thankful for!
Mary Katherine Fahey November 29, 2012 at 08:16 pm
Your words brought tears to my eyes!! I am grateful for Tom, as he is my father, a role model for myRead More three sons and so many more!
Amanda M. Socci, Freelance Writer November 30, 2012 at 09:53 am
Thank you for your positive feedback, Mary Katherine. I am so happy to be honoring your dad thisRead More way. He so deserves it!
Bill Perry November 24, 2012 at 03:51 pm
Amanda Socci, thank you for writing about Steven Lee. Reading your very appropriate comments aboutRead More his standard of overachievement, his manner with customers, the level of honest, straightforward diagnosis (i.e. he never fixes more than must be done, keeping the charge appropriate to the problem) demanded this "comment." I really like Steve and his staff. We don't buy new cars until the old ones have had the last mile squeezed out of them, or someone rear ends us...whichever comes first. Steve has kept and keeps us on the road. Like all Patch readers, I shop at a variety of businesses. Only in two cases, do I consider the business owner a friend. I consider Steven Lee a friend. After many years of inordinately high professional service and an evolved trust level between us, I hold Steve in the highest regard and view Steven's Auto Care with the deepest respect. Ms. Socci, thanks for writing.
Amanda M. Socci, Freelance Writer November 26, 2012 at 12:38 pm
Good morning, Bill Perry. Sorry for the late reply! Thank you so much for your detailed commentsRead More and for sharing your personal experiences with Mr. Lee. I know he will be delighted to read your positive review as well as mine!!
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