Tuesday, December 21, 2010


Granddaughter Jessica's birthday present to me her grandmother, her mom Jacque, her Aunt Suzette and to herself for our 2010 December birthdays was this:

beautiful silver feather and cancer awareness ribbon neckless:

Along with the accompanying description: the feather represents "going beyond boundaries" and "getting above it all"; the white (silver) represents "wholeness" & "completion";and the cancer awareness ribbon is a symbol everyone now recognizes.

Best of all it represents a FAMILY FIGHTING TOGETHER-what this family is doing



A wife, daughter, sister, aunt and sister-in-love to us and we are standing together........

not in luck (which we do not believe in)

but in FAITH.

Speaking of the righteous..."He will have no fear of bad news;

his heart is steadfast, trusting in the Lord.

His heart is secure, he will have no fear,

in the end he will triumph on his foes.

Psalm 112:6 - 8

This is the verse we were given to stand on September 28th and we "having done all


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Sunny said...

How beautiful! and to the rest all we can say is Amen! LOVE that scripture about standing....

Sharon said...

That was a very beautiful gift and the saying are precious.
Prayers still coming your way.
Have a Merry Christmas..

Mari said...

It's a beautiful, thoughtful gift, and means so much coming from a young person!

Michelle-ozark crafter said...

That is so wonderful and a family needs to fight together at times like this!

Oklahoma Granny said...

Your granddaughter has an amazing heart.

I have a blogger friend, Leilani of Ozark Oddments (http://leiweedit.blogspot.com/). She and her family are in great need of prayers. I would ask that you add them to your prayer list. Thank you so much.

Lori said...

I agree what a beautiful gift! She is very thoughtful. I think that is neat that you all will have the same necklace to wear.
I too love that verse.
I too continue to STAND in and pray for Suzette and your entire family.
God Bless you all.

Shirley said...

What a lovely and thoughtful gift! Praying for your family during this trial.

~Ginger said...

That is really cool! I love it!

Maxine said...

How sweet and thoughtful, Susan. There is nothing that brings a family closer than going through a trial together. This is especially true when the Lord is holding you up in the fire! You are blessed.

Brenda said...

It's the beautiful things like that that help all involved get through the tough and trying times. I remember when my sister was in the hospital for those 90 days and we almost lost her, I bought a simple silver ring with 'faith' written on it. I bought one for me and her. She doesn't even remember me giving it to her in the hospital. But to this day we both wear our rings to remind us that the Lord has carried all of through.

Susan said...

Love that, Brenda!!!!