Thursday, January 1, 2015

A New Year!



Mom, Christmas 2014



     We all seem to want to reflect on life at the end of the year and I must confess that I'm one of those that does that, too!  But this year end has been very different for me.  As 2014 ended and 2015 began, I was reminded that this past year was such a tremendous year for us:

                            no hospital stays, 

                               very few doctor visits, 
                                        no emergencies!  


                     Praise the Lord!  



     Yes, Mom's breathing is worse and she is moving much, much slower, but she is still with us and that is a gift from the Lord!  I never thought I would have all of this time with her and to be so blessed!  The Lord has truly answered my prayers in making a way for this to happen and to give me such tremendous help and support from my husband.



     I've heard our Pastor say often that he is blessed more than he deserves.  I am learning day by day that truth myself!  While we have no way of knowing what this new year holds, we know that whatever comes will be thru the hand of the Most High God, our Heavenly Father, who knows us and loves us unconditionally.  My prayer for myself is that I will respond to whatever He has for me in a way that glorifies our Lord.  



     Caregiver, may this year be a year of tremendous growth and blessing for you!  Remember that you are not alone in this journey. Stay on your knees and keep looking up! 



     Shared in love, 
                         Chris 







       









8 comments:

  1. Love that picture of your mom - amazing how much you look like her!! Praying your 2015 is filled with God's provision and blessings!

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  2. Tracey, you are right - Mom does look good! Thank you for your kind remarks and most for your prayers! Chris

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  3. Stephanie and NateJanuary 13, 2015 at 5:02 PM

    Love ya'll and pray for each of you daily! Wish we were closer so I could visit more and help.

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  4. Benny & Lois KetronJanuary 13, 2015 at 5:23 PM

    Very good...Chris...I especially liked give a cup of water...love ya Lois.

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  5. Aunt Audella looks wonderful!!! Brings joy to my heart to see her look so well. Love you guys and continual prayer for her and the family.

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  6. Toni Townsend HahnJanuary 13, 2015 at 5:24 PM

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  7. Toni Townsend HahnJanuary 13, 2015 at 5:48 PM

    What a lovely lady your Mom. Seeing her lifts my spirits.God gives us everything we need doesn't he.

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  8. Thanks for sharing, Chris. I know how precious this time is and how great it is to have your Mom still with you. Love you my friend!

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