Monday, January 19, 2009

I need my blogger neighbors for more prayers.

Have you ever stumbled on to someone's blog and you don't even remember how you got there? Some times when I have a few minutes I like to go outside of my neighborhood blogger friends and met some new neighbors or just take a peek into their lives. This past weekend it was FREEZING so I stayed home and started peeking.....then I found this blog. I must tell you I just can't get this family out of my mind.
I know with the way the world can be sometimes we think we have it hard and then you read this story and your realize you don't have it too bad after all. I don't believe you have to KNOW someone for your heart to go out to them. I don't know this family at all but yet my heart aches for her, her daughter and her unborn child. Do I believe she will be alright...yes, I know she will for I believe God will take care of her and her family. I just felt compelled to share this story with my neighborhood blogger friends and ask you to lift her up in prayer tonight along with her sweet daughter Caroline and unborn child. Thank You.

8 comments:

imjacobsmom said...

OmGosh, that is just the saddest thing I have read in a long time. Can you imagine? Also, sending prayers for Brayden! Hang in there, my son was a preemie, (all you photos bring back lots of memories of the NICU) and he is a happy healthy high school freshman! ~ Robyn

Terrie's Lil' Piece of Serenity said...

Thanks for sharing this. I am off to read about this family.
Hugs, Terrie

mrsjones6 said...

My prayer list seems to be growing, but I am so glad you have shared all of your requests. It is a wonderful thing to prayer for one another and the things on our mind.
Wishing you a beautiful week,
Jen

Bo said...

Thank you for spreading the word about this tragedy being experienced by this family...
Prayers do help a hurting heart!
;-) Bo

Sherry said...

Will add to my prayers as well.
So glad to have discovered your site.

bj said...

this is my day for crying..i woke up early, stumbled onto a blog i had never been to and cried for an hour as i read thru her postings about her husband dieing.
Now this one. such a sad and lonely story. So many out there needing prayers...how do we pray for all of them? Is it ok to use a blanket prayer when there's so many? I think so!! God knows our hearts....

Ginger said...

Thats is sweet of you to acknowledge the family and the heartbreak they are going through right now.

whoopsadasie said...

What an amazing story! Thanks for sharing this! I will remember them in my prayers and Brayden also!