Sunday

December 27, 2008


I'd love to think I'm on top of things, but to those of you who I love so much, but didn't get a card in the mail--here it is. Please forgive me!

8 comments:

Amie said...

Anne, we love your Chrismtas card. The family picture overlooking the valley is so beautiful. We'd love to go camping with the Creager's if we can get the stars to align just right one of these days. . .
Love you!

Teresa said...

Such a beautiful family! It was wonderful to get to see you all on Saturday. I'm definately grateful for you and your strength and for the amazing family that you have. Please keep in touch!

Penny said...

Anne,
My Mom just told me about your blog. I can't wait to read it and hear all about your journey. It sounds like things are doing better. That is our prayer. Your girls are beautiful - the look just like you! Your in our prayers.

Penny

Penny said...

Anne - does Mary have a blog? We have one too. www.wpjones.blogspot.com and my email address is pennyp_jones@yahoo.com. Keep in touch, ok!

Karla said...

Reading your Christmas card brought tears to my eyes. You did a wonderful job on it and I am so grateful that there are miracles and you are still around!

Scott and Kourt said...

Thanks for sending us your Christmas card. It was nice of you to think about our family

Sarah Buma said...

You exude faith and optimism in every part of you. You are the picture of goodness. I've got a clutter problem. We bought a new fridge and Brad and I agreed that NOTHING would go on the fridge (we have the old fridge in the garage for the masterpieces and job charts). I asked Brad if I could put one thing on the new fridge (your Christmas card). He said, "Please do." You are are awaiting miracles, and in our kitchen, we're reminded that you've already witnessed many and there are blessings even in trials. We are never alone when we have a closeness to a loving Heavenly Father through faith in Jesus Christ, the comfort of the Holy Ghost and reverence and respect for the human spirit and the love of family. Thank you for bringing those reminders into every part of my daily comings and goings. You've changed my life (and tone of voice), dozens of times.

Jennie said...

Anne, I love the Christmas card. I saw it at Mom's. I've been peeking in at your blog from time to time. I'm sure you hear way too much about us from Mom, but your welcome to stop by our blog anytime (climberfam.blogspot.com). Then you can know the untainted truth.
Jennie