Thursday, May 29, 2008

Prayers and More...

Please be in prayer once again for the family of Angie Smith. You may remember that I had linked to her page a couple of months ago when she lost her daughter, Audrey Caroline, shortly after birth. This week, her sister-in-law Nicol Sponberg (her husband's sister) lost her 2 month old son Luke to SIDS. This family has already been through so much, and now to have lost a second baby from the same family in only 7 weeks, they are just reeling from the pain of it all. They really need your prayers....

I also wanted to share a new blog with all 2 of my readers. I came across it today, and I am loving it. It is "Et tu?" The Diary of a Former Atheist, and it is wonderful. I think that her style is amazing, and be sure to click on some of the links on the left side of her page, especially the one about how she became pro-life. She has an amazing story to tell, and I am oh so glad that I found her.

One more thing...I need some comments people. I have a headache today and they would make me feel so much better. Have a great Thursday, and please remember to be in prayer for the Sponberg and Smith families. They really need it.

3 random thoughts:

Katie said...

Here's a comment for your headache! I have been reading Angie's blog also and I'm just heartbroken for her family. I can't even imagine. Hang in there and I hope you feel better!

Jennifer F. said...

Make that three readers! :) I'm glad to have found your blog as well.

I will definitely keep praying for Angie. I just found her blog a couple days before she announced the death of baby Luke. When I checked back the first time I was just reeling. I thought I was on the wrong blog for a minute. I couldn't believe that that could happen to them.

Also, a passing comment you made in one of your other posts made me wonder if we live really close to each other. If you live in central TX shoot me an email.

Anyway, thanks for the link!

Jenna said...

Hope your headached went away!

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