I Magnify my Praise.
God has blessed me with many talented, helpful, supportive folks. I am especially thankful to Him for:
Lyla Willingham Lindquist, the indulgent genius who created this website for me. Check her out at The Willingham Enterprise.
Andrew Murphy, who took the photo of my family at the bottom of the linked page.
Friends and colleagues at The High Calling.org who have freely and graciously mentored and encouraged and shared hard-won knowledge.
My father, Rodney Gibson Seiler, who has encouraged me since before I can remember. He also had the wisdom, as a young man, to select as his wife the most amazing woman. Mom loved language and was my biggest cheerleader. I suspect even from Heaven, she’s still waving pompoms for me.
The Frio Sisters, for more reasons than I could ever list this side of eternity.
And finally, and always, my amazing husband Rich Lagrand, who took the portrait of me and several of the remaining photos on this site, endures countless evenings alone with Top Gear so I can write, and supports me in more ways than I could reasonably expect.
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