A Message in a Song (God Only Knows)

I recently have been making trips to my hometown to share in the caregiving for my elderly parents. This has been beneficial to me and my parents. These trips also allowed me time to reconnect with a childhood best friend. After our first visit, lasting a little over four hours, she said couldn’t believe all I had been through and thought I was very strong. The next day she sent this song to me… I’m not an avid listener of Christian music so I was a bit apprehensive. Then I played the song… powerful.

(I usually play the lyric version of any music video I post, but I will play the version she sent to me.) ~k.

“You keep a cover over every single secret…”

God Only Knows – for King and Country

My besties… in the ’80s and in 2004, I don’t know where I’d be without them.

Holly, Tamara, and Kim


img_1066 ~God only knows what you’ve been through… thanks for listening.

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  1. Kim, I LOVE the photo with the words printed over it, so very cool looking! So thankful these three woman have been such dear friends………..Bless you and all you do for others. πŸ™‚

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    1. Yes, they are still in my life today. It had been a long time since I visited with Tamara, that’ll change now. Holly and I still talk on the phone almost weekly. They are the best, those two. I know I’m so very lucky. Thanks, Sadje!

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  2. Aww it’s so good you managed to reconnect before with a childhood best friend, and it’s amazing how music is like a universal language that can be given and shared. This is beautiful. And I love those photos, too! xx

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  3. This song made me cry. Such an incredibly strong message to receive from an old and dear friend. I’m happy for you, Kim. To have an old friendship restored is an enormous gift. But to also know that you were truly heard by your friend is priceless. Bless you. β™₯️

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