"He shall feed his flock like a shepherd: he shall gather the lambs with his arm,
and carry them close to his heart, and shall gently lead those that are with young." Isaiah 40:11

Sunday, December 12, 2010

Christmas Wreath

Well, we had another visitor this evening.  And I missed him/her completely.  I thought I had heard a noise at the door just before running downstairs to talk with Dave, and when I came up - the kids and I looked outside to see.....this wreath.  Wow.  It's stunning! I have always wanted to have a wreath.  Would you believe that we have never had one (that I can remember)? And this one is real! Abigail helped me to stick the pinecones and cherries into the wreath and we hung it outside.  Thank-you whoever you are. 

And thank-you to the person who sent us a very generous gift card by email today too! We're excited about using it!

We are still unsure of where we will be tomorrow evening - at the Flames House or here.  Hopefully we will know the answer to that tomorrow morning.  We want to make sure the flu has run it's course here before we make the move.  And even when we are there, we are intending to come home every day, even just for a few hours.  This way, Ethan will still go to preschool and the kids will have some down-time at home.  Rachel is doing fine.  She is not showing any signs of having the flu.  She is definetly eating less.  For example, between 8 am and 5 pm today, she only had 60 mls of milk.  But she seems content.  Thank-you for praying for her.  

1 comment:

On God's path said...

Hi Kendra,

I know someone who was blessed by the twelve days of Christmas last year while I was in Calgary. This sounds as though it is the same. So just a word to the wise, allow them to bless you. Don't try and figure it out, they might reveal themselves at the end of it. I am glad that someone chose you guys. If I was there I would do something for you. I still check everyday to see if you wrote something. Even though I'm at the end of my term for school. Your family and journey is important for me to know how to be in prayer for you. I know who you are turning to in your weariness, which causes me to remember who to turn to instead of living like I'm weary. God bless you and your family.

Much love and prayers,