Aug 12, 2008

Princess Genevieve in Vermont







Last year we made a new friend, we shall call her on this blog, 'Princess Genevieve.'

My family headed to our castle in the woods and we carried Princess Genevieve with us. Our heart business for the weekend was to flood Princess Genevieve with love. We want her to know we care about her and that she is special to us.
There was a lot of sneezing at said castle by the additional Princess, but I believe she had a good time.

We will continue sharing the love and joy, we are praying that it floods her soul and makes an impact for the Kingdom.
For sometimes hearts get broken, sometimes deep sorrows from younger years begin to shape us. I know a transforming Power that can impact and totally change a life. I am unable to do anything but love and trust her to my Father, who loves her more than I. I am hoping that Christ in us will shine to her and draw her, allowing the Father's hand to reshape those broken, harden bits into the beauty He intends.




8 comments:

Carla said...

How perfect! What a little reminder of WHO is in charge-and what we can do to help-flood someone special with HIS love! Thank you for reminding me today!

Emily said...

Yeah, what Carla said....We're not in charge of much. :)

And I sure recognized your daughter on Hallie's blog. She's gorgeous! What a knockout smile.

from the very, very, very young Emily.

Expat Mom said...

Well, it looks like plenty of love was showered! She seems to fit right in with your friendly brood.

On a side note, I see King Bonkey has been being a little boy . . . how`d he get that scrape on his leg? :D

Kimmie said...

lol Genesis...that isn't a scrape but dirt from the tire swing in front of the castle. Due to rain, it had an extra nice large mud pile beneath it and boy did they sure NOT avoid it.

boys...well, the girls too!
Kimmie@overthemoonwithjoy

Renata said...

The lake looks beautiful - & lots of fun! Your family sound wonderful & I'm sure your friend had a great time with you all ( & sharing your life is often the best way of sharing our Saviour!) Thanks for the nice comments & tip for flat coke on my blog.

Lil_Birdie said...

So many smiles :)

Letitia said...

"For sometimes hearts get broken, sometimes deep sorrows from younger years begin to shape us. I know a transforming Power that can impact and totally change a life. I am unable to do anything but love and trust her to my Father, who loves her more than I."
Beautifully said. I have one who suffers from the broken heart of rejection and the behaviors that go along with it, and the best I can do is to call on that transforming Power to heal her heart and fill it with Himself.

I also relate to your comments about not having much luck with friendships in real life.

Michelle said...

thanks for your comment! Looks like it was a wonderful visit full of fun!

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