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February 21, 2011


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LOVE the pictures!!! The children are so adorable playing together; it's so sweet that Maya cried when they had to leave. Tell her I like her dog.

Which reminds me, did you ever get my message on the previous post?

Love from NC.

Kerry Hasenbalg

Sure did get your previous message and prayed for the Lord's healing for you even then. Thanks for sharing your prayer needs.


Thanks, Kerry. You'll never know how much that means to me. I'm doing okay; still not officially walking yet. I'm using the crutches & a walker to get around the house. (I know I'm healed but the complete manifestation of it is still ahead!) My sweet husband is doing housework when he comes in from his regular job. The enthusiastic canine has relocated to live with our son (his true owner anyway) in Raleigh. I have developed a whole new empathy for those of any age with mobility impairment!(Oh, what we take for granted!)
I've discovered I don't like the word "invalid." (In-valid. Non-valid. That just sounds wrong.) I know that even during tough times, God is still God, and God is still Good!
Thanks for standing in the gap for me, Sis.


Looks like a nice time with good friends. I love when friends come to visit, always sad when they go home. Are you going on the mission trip this summer? Praying for God's hand to be on the team and provide the medical care for those in need.

Marty is still doing great. I bought him a water bottle like you suggested.


I'm just looking at the flooding impending in PA as I was thinking about Knoebel's first and then it struck me that your family lives in Danville, which is supposed to get hit quite badly. I am praying for you guys to be safe during the newest water situation.


Hey Kerry!

Guess what? I'm walking!(no crutches!)

God has never stopped answering the prayers of His people!

Happy Spring Week to you, Scott, Cole, Maya & Leah!


Just happened to stumble upon your blog and I think what you are doing in reference to bringing adoption and fostering into the light is beautiful :) Please keep spreading the word and raising awareness. I have this motto(my husband and I are currently foster resource caregivers for OK) that we would rather deal with the temper tantrums of a child in our care then when they are adults committing crimes. We as professing Christians have a duty to hear the call of the widows and orphans... they all deserve to know that there is a Savior that loves and cares for them... So again thank you all for doing so much... for even the least of these... BLESS BLESS BLESS YOU :)

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