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I am a nana, ( just in case it wasnt plain) I am married to a wonderful God fearing man. I have 3 of the greatest, talented,loving daughters. 3 Of the sweetest, loving, wonderful granddaughters. Charity Hope is the newest to the family. I love the Lord, ride with the Christian Motorcyclist Association,I love my family ( hate not seeing them more) but I love them more then they will ever know.

Me And My Hubby

Me And My Hubby
OOHH How sweet!

Tuesday, December 22, 2009

A few new thoughts

Well, lets see! Went with Danielle to her doctors visit, every thing is as it should be. ( Thank you Lord!) My other 2 girls Beth and Jess were there and that was nice. We never go out just us girls so I will take what I can get when I can get it. I miss them so much. Danielle is so excited and can't wait to hold her baby girl! We talk about when she was born a lot here latley. She tells me of the fond memories she has of her childhood.

My Jess broke her foot and is hopping on crutches. Bless her heart! But she will just keep on going. This girl has a huge heart, even with a broke foot she wants to keeping helping others.

Beth ( Mary) stays busy with her new home the beautiful girls (my grandbabies) and her hubby. She enjoys her family and doing things with and for them. I pray all her hopes and dreams come true for her.

Christmas Eve morning all the kids come over for Christmas breakfast. I really enjoy that! I am looking forward to it, just 2 more days! Wow! another year about over. Where does the time go? Oh well,I just want to enjoy my family as much as I can. Sometimes you are limited for whatever reason so, enjoy what time you have. Let the love of Christ dwell in your heart and life. That is what Christmas is all about. As you sit around with family and you look at them, remember this is the family he chose for you. Your parents, your spouse, your children. Be blessed, and enjoy his blessings. Merry Christmas!

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