For Jennyj's winning bid in the First Peoples Auction.
by Steve Cope
a WdC Auction Winning Acrostic
Jukebox turned way up.
Extra bass to shatter the glass.
New, old, and young alike funking out.
No doubts, no questions, no fear.
Yes just hanging out and having fun fun fun.
Jenny your auction winning acrostic is about partying like a rock star.
Just remember that the older we get the more ben-gay we need to get the soreness out.
Jenny J, your participation in the activities of the WdC is indicative of your commitment to the site and shows your loyalty to the cause of developing writers day-by-day. It shows a level of trust you have in the system and the people who are active on the site. You are leaving a footprint in the WdC for all to see. Amen and amen.
Jenny from the Welsh means "fair"/"trusting." It is the short form of Jennifer.
Attributes of the Lord which we can strive to maintain in our lives every day.
Your Scripture verse is found in the book of Psalms.
"The Lord is my strength and my shield; my heart trusted in Him, and I am helped . . . With my song I will praise Him!" 28:7
J; the tenth letter of the alphabet; is important for us today because without it we would have an ob, rather than a job. We'd have oy, rather than joy. There would be oke's, rather than jokes and above all else there would be "ennyj, and we are so glad to be able to say with the J we have JennyJ, and this is your name an acrostic for a generous winning bid in the First Peoples Auction. As a result of your bid, this writer was able to match that total to add more GPs to the amount going to the many helping groups found in the WdC.
servant in Christ,
Copenator's Crew leader