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Thursday, June 12, 2008

Devastated.

I couldn't possibly be more disappointed right now. Remember the flood that I posted about yesterday? Well, apparently it's worked its way up the river (or whatever floods do) to where Kevin's sister and her husband live in Minnesota and flooded their basement. It's pretty bad, and now the whole family can't come for their visit. They were supposed to arrive later today and be here until Tuesday. We haven't seen them since Christmas, and they haven't seen Hannah yet at all. And now we won't see them again until September probably. Kevin's mom has several health problems, and her strength in her arms isn't very good. I was sooo excited for her to be able to hold her baby granddaughter while she's still small enough. I knew it would be very special for her. And now that may not happen ever, as Hannah might be too big come mid-September. Just adds to all of it. I'm very very very disappointed and in tears. Please pray.

7 comments:

Kelly said...

I'm sending prayers you way!!!

Holly said...

I'm so sorry to hear that the visit can't go on as planned, I know that's disappointing for everyone. Praise God, though, that they are alright and it's not worse! I'm praying for them, your other friends and family who are dealing with this stress and for you, dear friend!

Julie said...

So sorry, Sarah. I am praying for you and for Kevin's family. Sending ((((HUGS)))) your way!

Much Love & Many Prayers,
Julie

Miss Em said...

I love you, Sarah. Let's keep praying for all those impacted by these awful floods. God can work miracles through these devastating experiences. I just found this quote earlier today - maybe it applies: "There is a treasure buried in the field of every one of our days, even the bleakest or dullest, and it is our business, as we journey, to keep our eyes peeled for it." - by Frederick Buechner


Hugs,
Emily Carson

Tracy said...

So sorry to hear this news. May God comfort your heart and may He protect your loved ones from any additional damage.

Blessings,
Tracy

Stacey said...

Oh Sarah, I m praying for you and your whole family.

May he pave a way for Grandma to hold sweet Hannah very soon!

Darla said...

Very sad. Praying for you, and for all the flooding going on.