Fairly Blessed

Garmon, Julie
August 2006
Guideposts;Aug2006, p4
The article discusses the author's story about her problems with her skin. She expresses her disappointment with the annual visit with her dermatologist after she had a basal-cell skin cancer removed 11 years earlier. She recalls how in her younger years she exposed herself to too much sunlight. She reflects on the purpose of God in giving her the problem.


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