Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Many Thanks

Well, at last check both girls were doing well and have had their feeds increased. There was not much of a report...which is a good thing! So, I thought I would take this time to say thank you. Thank you to everyone who has kept our girls, our family, the doctors...everything in their prayers. You ALL have been used by God to teach me about faithfulness, love, selflessness, and grace. As I look back over the last few months and the craziness that has been our life I get short of breath and cannot believe all that has happened and the unbelievable thing is that you all have been faithful and seen our family through this from the beginning -THANK YOU!!! Seth and I both have plans to write thank you notes and I pray that we will not leave anyone out but I wanted to go ahead and just say thank you for all of your acts of love....from notes, to meals, to encouraging words, to monetary gifts - each and every one has warmed our hearts (and our bellies too at times!) and made a difference to our family but MOST of all thank you for your prayers! Right now our girls are proof that prayer works - I believe that with all of my heart. I feel selfish to ask but please don't stop!! Thank you, Thank you, Thank you!


  1. Please, don't feel selfish to ask us to continue praying. I sometimes feel like (if it were possible) that I drive God crazy praying for the same thing over and over and over, and I think that is just what He wants. He wants us to not lose faith, to keep asking and we will receive His blessings over and over and over. So, please don't feel selfish by asking! And there are far fewer things that I pray for that are as important as your girls and I pray for those things too. So asking for our prayers for your girls, I am delighted to pray for them. Take care you two! 1 Thessalonians 5:16-18 reminds me of you and your family! :) Ya'll are doing a great job of living that scripture!

  2. Thank you for sharing all your life's ups and downs with us. It really helps keep life and what is important in perspective. And it's a really cool way to visibly see God at work! Love yall! Yoo Hoo