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Sunday, February 15, 2009

Amazing Dance ~ You Will Cry ~ Worship in Dance!!


jeff said...

Thank you CC. There is something about 2 completing each other there.
in some way, I needed to see this at this moment.

Glad you are home. Bless you.

Ana said...

Hi CC!
I was concerned!
I even wrote about it.
I'm so glad you are back!
Hope you're fine!

Anonymous said...

Oh my god that was amazing! I was so focused on the guy not having a leg that I didn't even notice till the end that the girl didn't have an arm! That was very inspirational thanks for that. Glad you're back :)

Anonymous said...

CC - So glad you are home - have been thinking about you and missing your posts!

Clueless said...


Yes, we all need each other.


Thank you. 24 days of hospitalization is quite long, but necessary. Not fine, but getting there. Not dangerous and able to continue therapy and be safe.


I was going to post this later, but I felt it fitting and easy to do when I got home. It is very inspirational.


Thank you very much!!

Anonymous said...

After a long night with a soul full of tears that refused to be cried, I watched this video this morning; and it brought the release of those sobs....Not out of pity for the two dancers, but at the beauty of two human beings completing each other and creating beauty out out of their own personal pain and lack.
Thank you for sharing it.

Anonymous said...

hey CC, i am glad you are at home and getting better. you have been in my thoughts but i knew you were in good hands. take care of yourself as you adjust back to life. you have been in my thoughts and you still are...

Isaiah 49 :15 -16

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