Sunday, December 19, 2010

Blessing of a Silent Night

In the hustle and the bustle, the hurry and the scurry, may you also find the time to remember and celebrate the true reason for this season.

As you read this, my husband and I will be returning home from Rochester.
The gift I received this year is more priceless than any found under a tree or in a stocking.
It was found in the hands of a skilled surgeon, the prayers of friends known and unknown, and through the grace of a great God.

10 comments:

Martha said...

And a Merry Christmas it will be! We don't often have the opportunity to see the fruit of our prayers. Praise to God that this Christmas we all witnessed a miracle and an answer to fervent prayers. Hugs to you and Tom both as you settle in to celebrate as never before.

Brynwood Needleworks said...

Dear Jan:
I'm sitting here with tears in my eyes...grateful beyond words that your surgery was successful. God is good. Merry, Merry Christmas, my friend.
xoxo
Love,
Donna

Claudia said...

Dear Jan, This warms my heart and fills me with joy. What a holiday blessing for you, my friend.

xo
Claudia

Laurie said...

Jan,

It is so wonderful to hear of God's Christmas gift to you. May we all Praise Him as we celebrate His birth!

Let us know more on your condition when you are able.

Michelle May said...

Dear Jan,
This is the most wonderful Christmas gift. Wishes do come true!
I'm soooooooooooo happy!!!
xx, shell

Simple Southern Happiness said...

God's greatest gift is his son and the next is his Grace. WE give thanks to the lord for his blessings and answer to prayer. Have a safe trip home.

Beth Sartori said...

Jan, words cannot describe how happy I am for you and your family. You are certainly a testament to the power of prayer. I am happy to share your joy during this joyous season. Merry Christmas and a safe and healthy New Year.

Beedeebabee said...

Oh Jan, how wonderful! I'm so happy your surgery went well and you're on your way home. A very Merry Christmas to you and your family Sweetie! xo Paulette

Lois said...

Safe travels home! Sounds like wonderful news. Praising a gracious God!!!!

Merry Christmas from TN to you and your loved ones!

kr said...

I am SO happy the surgery was successful! We don't know each other but we share the common bond of beautiful handmade items and our Heavenly Father and that was enough for me to petition on your behalf. I'm glad all is well.

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