Tuesday, November 20, 2012

New Traditions

Having coffee with my daughter this morning.

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  1. How precious and how blessed you are to have such a wonderful relationship...may you each find your way in this new journey as God brings more and more opportunities to stay close

  2. My daughter Kristen and I will often share a cup of coffee while chatting on the phone... She in Houston and me in Calif. love our girl chat as it keeps us close! Praying the same for you too!

  3. I stopped by for a visit and my heart strings got a big tug. Mothers. We so what's best, even when it's hard.

  4. Oh Christine,
    I'm praying for you all!
    dee dee

  5. love the mug idea. :)

    Hope the next couple of weeks fly by so you can enjoy your visit!

  6. This is the sweetest thing. It made my heart ache to read how she took your cup. Love is an amazing thing to me. Love for our children and parents is more amazing still.

    That's why the whole of my testimony is based on what the Father was willing to give for me. When I think about how difficult the separation is for me with my daughter, I can't imagine how hard it was to plan what God planned for my salvation.

    Didn't mean to get off on that...
    Your post just brought it to mind.

  7. I'm seconding everything Debbie said. Big hugs, Christine... t.

  8. I certainly relate to having your daughter move away. I will be praying as you both adjust to this move. The coffee cup was a very sweet gift to her.

  9. I just read your daughter's blog and so enjoyed the visit. I felt tears come as I read your post and felt your heart message that was behind the coffee mug.


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