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Sunday, February 21, 2010

Our Sunday

Julia's day.

The dog's day.

The middles's day.

Palmer's day.


Bernie said...

Oh they are so cute Lisa, and I love how you are keeping everything as normal as possible. I think it is important for kids, they may know you are sick but not the seriousness of your disease and perhaps it is just as well...I will keep their little faces in my prayers as I keep you in my heart and prayers always.....:-)Hugs

nancygrayce said...

A good day! I hope you hear good news tomorrow! Praying!

Denise said...

I love the pictures sis.

Anonymous said...

It is wonderful to see picture of you and your family. I love praying for folks but it feels more personal when you can see the folks you are praying for. Thank you Lisa for trusting us enough to tell your story. Blessings.

Josie said...

Hi Lisa. It's Josie, Julia's kindergarten teacher. I've been wanting to tell you that I saw your house and thought it was just gorgeous! For a moment it looked like we could move to College Station and browsed some homes, yours included. When the realtor told me that a child there was a 4th grade student in the dual language program, I couldn't help but wonder which one of my students' it was. My clue was the initials AS in one of the bedrooms. Anyway, I remembered your blog and somehow found you. Julia is so beautiful and so grown up!! Please tell her hello for me. I am now following your blog and want you to know that you and your family are in my prayers. You are truly admirable. God bless!

B His Girl said...

Your children are so cute! It looks like it was a beautiful day. Praying for things to keep falling into place for your treatment. Keep looking up. B

Alleluiabelle said...

I love you precious friend. Beautiful pictures of such an awesome day today. The pictures speak for themselves.

My thoughts and prayers continue on for you especially as you are heading into this coming week. Mighty miracles in the horizon...I can't wait to hear all about them!

Big Hugs,