Sunday, July 19, 2009

clear blue skies
water-logged children
summer food bounty
waiting on a baby
computer-less living

i'll be back when number five makes his debut....

photo from here


Emily Ruth said...

Wow. I can feel (some of) the anticipation for you: ) I pray your birthstory is everything you want it to be and more.
What a beautiful miracle. See you on the other side.

Todd and Julie said...

Andrea...just checking in with you tonight.

Praying for His peace to flood over you...that you might know the height, depth, width, breadth of HIS LOVE. Fling wide the windows of your soul and enjoy all His lovely gifts!

Hugs to you, my friend.

Beverly said...

Andrea, I've been thinking about you and just wanted to stop by. You are loved!

Pink Slippers said...

Your latest two post were wonderful for me to read. Tired, stressed and needy is how I feel at the end of some days. I will be praying for you and the 'waiting' on the new baby. Mine is 12 days old and I think often how helpless these little ones are. And how I feel helpless sometimes too. More then not.

Anonymous said...

Oh, the long, hot wait...

I read your more recent posts, but couldn't see how to comment.

Bless you in your low-tech, summer feasting, as you share with your family the wisdom and exhaustion of waiting.

Anonymous said...

Oh Andrea...the waiting is the hardest part. You'll be in my continued prayers. Maybe you'll share a birthday with the baby?

I've been MIA from blogging since my not so little guy was born but I've always read your posts. Since we share a birthday tomorrow you've been in my thoughts. Here's hoping for a July 26th birth :)

Many blessings,

Prairie Chick said...

Happy birthday dearest, most beautiful Andrea. I can't wait to hear word of another glorious birthday.

(((prairie love))) (the widest kind there is)


Sprouted Kitchen said...

i love how you said it in your 'about me'.... we preach to ourselves. It seems that through writing, I am keeping myself accountable for the wisdom God is giving me through this crazy life. Keep writing, your kids are going to adore looking back on all you said someday. Hope you like the veggie melt ;) congrats on baby!