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Friday, June 15, 2007

I can't stop crying

Ya'll, I don't want to do this.

I know I can. I know God created me to be a strong, pretty independent person, and that when relying on Him I can do anything.

But I don't want to.

And I can't stop crying.

8 comments:

Llama Momma said...

I just stumbled on your blog...I know, blog surfing in the middle of the day, bad Mom...but I'm so glad I did.

I'm praying for you right now, that God would give you strength and courage and tender grace to walk the road He has called you to.

Be good to yourself! Have another cup of coffee. :-)

(I'm a coffee lover too!)

Ange & family said...

Oh sweetie. I'm sending hugs and hugs and hugs with this. Praying for supernatural strength for you...

Megan@SortaCrunchy said...

Oh, Christy! I wish I had some great words of wisdom to share with you. I wish I could be there to just hug your neck. Please know I am also lifting you up in prayer, that God would send you help from Zion today and tomorrow and the next day and the next . . .

missy said...

Okay, so I've been reading your blog for a while now and haven't commented yet (sorry to lurk)--but I HAD to chime in right now. I am SO SORRY that you are facing this. I can't begin to imagine it and quite honestly, I'd most likely hide out in bed for a week eating m&m's and watching tv, just like you wish you could do. Only I'd REALLY DO IT and quite possibly for longer than a week.

I have no way to help you and I have no words of wisdom or comfort, because really, nothing I say would help. Just know I am praying for you as soon as I hit submit on this comment, and as often as you cross my thoughts I will continue to pray.

You WILL get through this, even though you don't see it now. And in ten years you'll look back on this time in your life with an odd feeling of fondness for the way you grew through it and the way God strengthened you, comforted you, and ultimately brought you out the other side. Praying.....Missy Olivo

Mississippi Girl said...

Oh, this hits close to home for me! My hubby just returned from a 7 1/2 month deployment to Iraq. I KNOW how hard it is- I truly do KNOW!!! I even have all of my family within 30 miles and it was hard for me. Praying for you and your little ones! By the way, I am right here on the beautiful MS Gulf Coast! Leave me a commenton my blog or email me (andynjenn13@yahoo.com) if you'd like to... we have a mom's group with some moms from my church that gets together for playday in the park and other things if you are interested. Keep your chin up!
Jennifer R.

Cmommy said...

Christy, {{HUGS}} I'll be praying for your family each day. I am so glad that God led me to your blog, 'cause I know He did.

Julie Carobini has posted the recipe to the brownies that are featured in her book "Chocolate Beach". Her author link is on my blog. Let's pick a day, gather the ingredients and make them with our kids---we'll be cooking in different states but will be close in heart! :-)Chrissy

B said...

(((((hugs))))))

Mikki said...

{{{hugs}} I know these hyber hugs aren't as meaningful as a real hug, but know that our God hears all the prayers of all these ladies and we ar e lifting you AND your family in prayer!!