Tip of the hat


June 3, 2005 by Isaac Hovet

This post is all about someone that I have come to admire here in blogosphere:

Barbara from California

She is thoughtful, respectful and deep.  I can’t tell you all what a joy it has been to get to know her through her blog.  She may not know it, but she is helping me to think and helping me to grow.

She isn’t Christian.  She isn’t in my generation.  She isn’t a man. 

She just is who she is.

And she encourages me. 

Barbara – Thanks.  It has been an honor.  I tip my hat to you.


2 thoughts on “Tip of the hat

  1. Thank you, Isaac.

    I am truly humbled and flatterd by your kind words.

    In my opinon, you are a most wonderful person as well.
    All best,

  2. Whit says:

    I share your admiration for Barb.

    Have a good rest from blogging…let us know when you return.


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