Giving thanks

I seriously fell off of the blogging bandwagon for a while.  I'm back now, after a few weeks of school and getting used to my new routine, which basically consists of reading 12,394 books simultaneously...for one class.  Well, perhaps it isn't that many books, but it sure feels like it.
I'm not complaining though.  I have so much to be thankful for.  Thank you God for not only the opportunity to go to school in this awesome country, but also for my health and my family's health.
So many times we take for granted the beautiful blessings God gives us.  It's easy to do, and I'm certainly guilty of having done it occasionally.

I recently traveled to Texas with my husband and children to fulfill a promise we made to the church.  While in Texas, we stopped by my hometown of Post to visit family.  We got to visit with my cousin Diana, her daughter Courtney and my tia Aurelia.  We also visited with my other cousin Cindy and her family.  Cindy's daughter, Christina was very ill.  She needs a liver transplant very soon.  Well, soon after our visit, Cindy and her family made one of their many trips back to Houston for Christina's treatments.  I helped Cindy make a blog for Christina so family and friends can be updated on Christina's progress.  Here is the link to the blog:
Christina's blog.
Please go to her blog and read of Christina's incredible journey.  She is truly an inspiration.

And please keep them in your prayers.  Miracles happen and I have faith that God has a miracle in store for Christina.

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