Tuesday, July 24, 2007

My dear hubby is on his way half-way around the world.
I will miss him.

Please keep him in your prayers for safety in travel and health.
Please pray for me as I won't have him here to be my rock and partner as a parent.
(I won't be completely alone. My mom arrives today to be with us for a month. Yeah!)

My prayer is that our family will grow to love each other more during his absence.

Lord Jesus, You traveled with the two disciples after the resurrection and set their hearts on fire with Your grace. Travel also with James and gladden his heart with Your presence. I know, Lord, that he is a pilgrim on this earth, seeking the citizenship which is in heaven. During his journey surround him with Your holy angels and keep him safe from seen and unseen dangers. Grant that he may carry out his plans and fulfill his expectations according to Your will. Help him to see the beauty of creation and to comprehend the wonder of Your truth in all things. For You are the way, the truth and the life, and to You I give thanks, praise and glory forever. Amen

Farm life will not be put on hold. We continue to get over 1/2 gallon of milk a day and 16+ eggs a day.
The sun is FINALLY shining and the garden is going to go crazy growing after all that rain.


Mimi said...

May your love travel safely, and your clan enjoy the Grandma time!

Liz in Seattle said...

Godspeed to James, and hope you enjoy your extended family time

Dawn said...

my unworthy prayers are with all of you.

Bluecanopy said...

are you selling those eggs?

i hope the visit with your mom is lovely!!

Susan Sophia said...

Yes, we do sell the eggs!!! James sold a lot at work so I will have excess for now, although the sales from Church are really picking up. Last Sunday I was suppose to take 6 dozen!! I couldn't handle the order...I only had 5 to take. I NEED MORE CHICKENS!

Liz in Seattle said...

Yes you do! (she said greedily)

Sara, believe me, these eggs are Delicious. I can offer my 10YO eggs for breakfast, and the next thing he asks is, "Are they farm eggs?" If the answer is yes, he will always want two!