Saturday, September 23, 2006

Things I pray for

* my parents' health
* my grandmothers' health (they're both still very healthy- but both my grandfathers have passed away)
* world peace
* success and happiness for my brothers
* that my nieces are safe and that no one brings peanut butter sandwiches to their peanut free school
* my husband's health and that each day is a good one for him (it's sometimes dangerous working on the farm and in the woods and with the sawmill)
* the health, happiness and safety of people around the world- even people I don't know
* that hubby and I always have a roof over our heads and food in our tummies (you never know, with all the natural disasters like tornados and hurricanes)
* I pray that people take care of the earth because we take it for granted sometimes
* most of all, I pray that my hubby and I have a healthy, happy baby someday soon :)


t said...

too sweet chris.

curiositykiller said...

Awwww. That's just wonderful, Christine. Everyone should follow your example and state a prayer of their own on their blogs. =)

Chrissy121875 said...

Hey, Curiosity Killer! Nice to see you pop by my blog :) Love reading your blog! Always some interesting posts on there.

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