Monday, December 24, 2007

Merry Christmas

Friends! I thank you all so much for the greetings & well wishes (and 'where are you?'s) you have left in my comments over the past month.

Sorry I have been an absentee blogger. Haven't felt all that great this month & am hoping for an improvement & rededication to blogging in January!

My husband and I wanted to wish a wonderful & blessed Christmas to you & your families, where ever you are on this beautiful globe! God bless in 2008!


  1. Becky, take all the time you need to get feeling better. I miss ya but can wait... :-)

    I hope that you and your husband have a blessed Christmas!

  2. God bless you at Christmas and in the year ahead

  3. Hope you had a blessed Christmas. May your 2008 also be a great one.

  4. Hi ya Beck. Sorry to hear you haven't been feeling well. Sending up an extra prayer for you today. I love the two little pictures you put in your post about wise men still seeking Him. I haven't been very wise yet today and need to sit down and be still before Him. I love too the "lets go see this wonderful thing..." I need to go see for myself right now. Didn't think your post would move me that way, huh? God works in mysterious ways. Thank you for being such a blessing in my life.

    With much love,

  5. Anonymous11:24 AM

    glad to see you back, hope to benefit from your scriptual insight throughout 2008-Mom, keep those pictures coming:0

  6. Becky

    All the best for a healthy and blessed New year

    You have been missed

  7. Hi Becky-

    Lot's of love and prayers to you!
    Take your time.

    Although your friends (including me) miss you...

    Blogging breaks are good things!

    For myself, I sometimes take a break because I feel I need to focus more on God...on praying to discern his will and direction for me in life...or for my parenting...or for our marriage.

    A new year is coming! May God bless you and your husband and keep you close to him.


  8. Hope you are feeling better. I hope you have a Happy New Year. I will be keeping you in my prayers.