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July 21, 2010


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Oh Angel, praying you get stitched up TODAY!!! For goodness sakes, please take a breather! Can your dh hire some people to help you pack??? Sending more prayers and good healing thoughts for this unraveling time :) Much love,


First of all I can not knit. Purl one, drop one did me in. God, however, is a pro and just like moms who tie up their childrens' shoe laces that get knotted up or refuse to stay tied, God is ready to kneel down and retie our vagrant strands of life when they see to be coming apart. He has the master pattern - we just don't get to see it yet. Rest assured it will be perfect, just as He is perfect. In the meantime, know that you are in our prayers during this exciting transition. Hugs from Georgia!


Oh Angela

You have been in my thoughts and prayers, I so wish I could come and pack for you{{}}


Your blog has been a great source of inspiration for me for a long time now, and I am sorry that I never thanked you. I admire your intelligence and wit, and your devotion to your family. I will pray for you. That you will get well soon, that you will be able to resolve your other concerns. God bless you.


Oh my! Praying!


You have so, so much on your plate right now, Angela! Praying for you. And thank you for this post!

Melissa R

So much on your plate. I hope the unraveling ends soon before your sweater becomes a vest.

Really... hoping everything works out, and it will.

Elizabeth H.

I've more or less given up on blogs, but just checked in for your news... First, congratulations! Second, prayers.


I will carry your intentions with my prayers all day. Remember, you can only do it one moment at a time. That's the biggest lesson I ever learned from having twins so close in age to their big sister. One day at a time, one hour at a time, sometimes one minute a time. God will sustain you and carry you.

And it's the feast of St. Anne the loving grandma of Jesus on monday. Surely such a gentle, holy grandmother was also a gentle knitter. I will pray for her intercession for you and your family this week.


scary! i hope you get raveled up quickly. xoxo

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