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Tuesday, February 02, 2010 15:30 | Lois Sholl

I have to say that my favorite quote is found in Chapter 4 of Philippians in the Holy Bible.  It states, " I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me."  This quote has come to throughout my life.  It is the one I stopped smoking with in Okinawa, Japan.  It got me through a miscarrage, an adoption, and breast cancer.  Now, I know that Christ brought that passage to me for a purpose.  My son is 14 and I am embarking on a new chapter in my life.  I am open, teachable, and ready to learn how to internet market.  Thank you SWVBRC, and Albert for being there for me.



  • Thursday, February 04, 2010 03:08 | Sigrid Gilbert
    I am so impressed by your strength of character when you put yourself in God's hands to
    support you through the most difficult things you have overcome. I'm delighted that you have
    recognized the value of SWVBRC at this time in your life. Congratulations. Keep going, and
    you are going to learn so much from Albert and his team. Thank you for your service, and I
    hope you enjoy a payback from an appreciative citizenry. Try walking in a parade with other
    vets, and you are sure to experience the love, and I know it will come back to you through your
    future with SWVBRC. As for the internet marketing that interests you, the lady who rents the
    storage unit next to our Operation Interdependence (which Albert founded) unit has racks of
    formal dresses which she markets on the internet. Very interesting. I hope you find your
    niche and enjoy the results of your endeavors as you build your future and that of your son.
    You'll have so much valuable information to pass onto him. Looking forward to your progress
    as you write your story.
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    • Thursday, February 04, 2010 13:47 | Lois Sholl
      Thank you Siqrid for your kind words. I'm looking forward to all sharing this with my family and friends. I'm looking to market antivirus software that you can download right on my site. I do not want to deal with inventory.
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  • Tuesday, February 09, 2010 08:26 | Michael Sholl
    I know this is your favourite quote. You quotes it to me, especially if I say I can't do something. Your the best! I love you.

    Michael Sholl
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