Apr 8, 2009

Blue Sky Reflections













Oh, that childhood could go on forever. That the sky would be so blue everyday and that joy and thanksgiving would be always on our lips.

How blessed I am to have been given such beautiful children. Who enjoy each others company always, who truly love one another, who rarely fight and always are ready to add another to our crew.

So good to see each of them blossom and come out of the sorrow that they carried from earlier days of their lives.

Our God is a healing God, He takes great joy in touching us, in blessing us and in occasionally giving us a pretty blue sky.


13 comments:

Duckygirl said...

Beautiful crew you've got there! I am so anxious for the nice weather to come and STAY so we can have more days like that!! :)

-Laura

andrea said...

what a gorgeous family you have under such beautiful blue skies!

Stacy said...

great pictures, kimmie!
i'm loving that last one of Princess Sunshine!

Emily said...

awesome shots!

Pastoor Family said...

Such cute kiddos Kimmie :) Some day I'd love to have a long chat about adoption and such......

"Indescribable" said...

you do have a beautiful crew! I am in love with all of them!

Cathy said...

So wonderful. Everyone looks bright and happy. I'm glad you enjoyed the sunshine and your little sunshines.

Cathy

Bobbie-Jo said...

Great pictures. :)

You always describe your family, your days, with such contentment and joy. It rubs off.

isabel said...

You DO have gorgeous children - and how wonderful that they rarely fight - must be that good mothering - along with God's healing touch!
By the way, those feijoa fruit do taste DELICIOUS - almost like candy! Sorry I can't send one over.

Michelle said...

Amen!

Walking by Faith said...

I just love this post. You are right on...Our God is a healing God! I love the pictures of your delightful children. Beautiful.

I miss you so very much. ~Andrea

Lani said...

You are an inspiration and I love reading about your beautiful family.

Sarah Dawn said...

Foster care, it's blossoming into more than just a seed in my heart. Please pray my dear friend, this is a mission field I have yet to venture into.

For His kids, wherever they may be,
Sarah Dawn

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