Monday, November 28, 2011

Brand new prayer request

It is with great Auntie pride and much thankfulness to God that I announce the arrival of my niece, Kaelynn Mae Moseley, born earlier today in San Jose, CA.

Because Kaelynn's Mommy's (Marni) water broke at midnight Saturday/Sunday, there was risk of infection from labor lasting this long and indeed Marni has a reasonably high fever. They were starting baby Kaelynn on antibiotics as a precaution when my brother called my Mom to tell her the news.

Please praise the Lord with me for the arrival of this new life and join with us in praying that Mommy and baby will recover from the trauma of the delivery and get some rest (along with Daddy) and that tomorrow everyone will be feeling much better.

Thank you! Oh, and here are her stats! 7 pounds, 9 ounces; 20.5 inches long and RED HAIR!! :)

Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Happy Thanksgiving

"Enter His gates with thanksgiving and His courts with praise; give thanks to Him and praise His name. For the Lord is good and His love endures forever; His faithfulness continues through all generations." --Psalm 100:4-5 NIV

This Thanksgiving (like all) I have much to be thankful for. Just yesterday the Lord answered a long-term prayer request in a way I never would have dreamed, in such a creative manner like only He could. Sometime in the next week (I should think!) my second niece should arrive - she's at 41 weeks+ gestation right now and I'm certain my SIL especially would like to see her make her debut! Happy Thanksgiving everyone! :)

Saturday, November 19, 2011

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Thursday, November 10, 2011

They Deserve More Than One Day Anyway

I know tomorrow is the actual day, but they deserve more than one day anyway. I try to be thankful for our veterans everyday!

Not only those who HAVE served but those who ARE serving, especially my dear sweet friends the Yellow Hats! Thank you for your daily sacrifice for us and our country!!

While there is plenty wrong and dysfunctional about the USA (Lord, help us!) this is still - by far - the best nation in the world, and that did not come - nor does it not continue to be - without the daily sacrifices of those that wear the uniform and those that love them.

We are forever in your debt and will never be able to thank you enough.

You deserve much more than one day anyway!