Friday, October 12, 2007
Thank you.
I just wanted to thank everyone for the kind words about my cousin. I am leaving tomorrow morning to visit my grams for a few days. The funeral service for my cousin's baby is Monday, so I will probably be MIA around here for a little bit.

Prayers are still needed for them... for comfort. For strength. For the ability to face the day.

Thank you.
12 Comments:
Blogger Adrienne said...
I will keep them in my prayers. You hang in there too V.

Blogger Missy said...
Yes, I will pray. Take care of yourself too Virge!

Blogger Disney Scrapper said...
VA you and the family will be in my prayers.

Blogger Abbey said...
Just talking the other day with a friend about how we often take the gift of healthy pregnancies and babies easily for granted.
I will pray for your family too!

Blogger Kim said...
I cannot even imagine...

Blogger Amy said...
Keith recently did a funeral for friends of ours who had a baby premature @ 6 months - a very difficult thing to prepare for. Praying for your family, you and the one who has the task of delivering the message...may it be filled with the beautiful promises of the gospel!

Anonymous Carol said...
I will pray for your cousin and the family... Have a safe journey.

Blogger mary h. said...
OMG!!! How aweful. I will keep them in my prayers.;)

Blogger Britney said...
oh wow i will definitely be saying a prayer for that family. what a tragic thing to have to face.

Blogger Morgan said...
V, many thoughts are with you and your family. Please take care of you too, little Sabriel needs you to be 100% girl!

Blogger Patricia said...
I am so sorry to hear this. I can't imagine what they are going through. My heart goes out to them in thoughts and prayers.

Blogger Marsha said...
"How precious is Thy lovingkindness, O God! And the children of men take refuge in the shadow of Thy wings." Psalm 36:7
I praise Him because we know where this precious one is...taking refuge in the shadow of His wings.

My prayers go out to the whole family.

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