I am so thankful for you! You bless me so much with your stories, you comments and your friendship.
I am ending this year with a review of 2013, and thinking of you! So, Here are a few of my pictures of this year in review that were some of my favorite! Happy New Year! God Bless 2014!
Tell me in the comments which photo you like the best. I would love to hear from you!
May 2014 be a year of Christ revealing himself in new and wonderful ways to you and your family!
“Finally, brothers, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable-if anything is excellent or praiseworthy-think about such things.” (Philippians 4:8)
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You are so talented! Thank you for sharing yet another of your God given talents, your eye for capturing beauty.
I love ALL your beautiful pis Di- but if I have to choose a favourite I choose the 2 children holding baskets because of the look of wonder on their faces.
I love to see pics of darling Gia and to see her well and healthy.
Happy New Year dear Di.
Mary, New Zealand.xxxx
Thank you, Mary. I miss our talks together. We need to make time for each other this year. And, to let you know, Gia had her one year recheck, and they have declared her officially Neurofibromatosis FREE! WE are so thankful to you and your friends for your faithful and continued prayer as we navigated through those dark days and months. Love you! Happy New Year!
Oh, what awesome news Di~!
My heart leapt for JOY, reading this news 😉
I would like to be in touch just as much as is possible for you, busy lady- I love contact with you, as well.
I would be grateful for prayers as I am about to go across to Australia, to Melbourne, where I have a married daughter and a son, working as teachers. I have been at the point of absolute exhaustion, caring for 90year old stepdad who is a dear old darling- as he has had 4 heart attacks in recent months. I was involved in a car crash last Saturday, and I have had my 39year old son staying [ Aspergers]- and I am extremely burnt out. Praying for a refreshing holiday and that when I come back it won’t be to the same level of constancy of care for son and step-dad, as work will resume for me end of January.
Thanks Di, and a hundred million blessings to you and your family.