♥ What Do I Think of Her. . . . — 16 Comments

  1. Awesome post. I hope I instill this in my children and that I have the faith necessary to trust God when they make these choices.

  2. They sound like a delightful young couple…

    Stopping by from SITS to say “hi” and welcome. I know that you will enjoy being a part of this vibrant community of bloggers!
    carma 🙂

  3. This is so inspiring. I admire you for having a plan and sticking to it. I married my high school sweetheart, and I truly wanted it to last forever. I am so sad it didn’t, but I have had to move on. You are a great mom and have a wonderful family! So glad to know you!

  4. I am so glad that you are gaining a daughter! I just love reading your blog! I want to have 4 more boys!! I think time is running out for that many but… I sure do love the one God has blessed me with so far! You are richly blessed!

  5. A stirring post on many levels …

    What it means to be “poor.” (And how many of us who are rich — by the world’s standards — are poor by God’s standards.)

    How the gifts we give our kids stand for something.

    What it means to pray — to really pray — for God to direct our paths toward our soul mate.

    How we have to give our kids the freedom to fall into the arms of another.

    So glad you stopped by Getting Down With Jesus. So glad to have followed the path back to your place.

  6. This is one of my favorites so far! I guess the emotions of just having a second little boy that will one day ask me such adds to my favor of this post. I said a similar prayer to God, and I was completely blessed with an overwhelming affirmation of my relationship with Thomas, so I knew he was THE one for me. Best wishes with the approaching wedding; it will be here very soon!!

  7. I can relate really well to the experiences that you share about your life as a child and as a teenager.

    God blessed both of us in giving us good husbands.

    Don’t you just love how He blesses?

    Thank you for shaing such tender feelings.

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  9. This is such an excellent post. I love that your mother showed you the real meaning of poverty.

    I greatly enjoyed reading this. You have moved me to open the door to such conversations between my sons and myself.

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