Tuesday, December 12, 2006

Tuesday Tidbits

Today is a hodge podge day:
**Our friends from Michigan are in China right now and got their little Caleigh yesterday. Oh man, Gotcha Day's make me so teary!!! I just LOVE it!! So go see them here. Once you get there, click on Public Journals (at the top) and then type in Caleigh. Once you click on it - you will be at their journal. Yesterday was Gotcha Day so you may have to click on the Previous Tab to see yesterday. It's all good though - read it all!! I just got an email from Jody this morning too - she said it is so hard to see Caleigh grieving so much. We can relate!!! It is so hard to see these little ones struggling when we get them - just keep praying for them~those are fun, but tough days.

**Remember that Third Day "Merry Christmas" song I told you about?? Well - someone made a video to go with it - Fair warning here -get the Kleenex!! Watch it here.

7 comments:

Steffie B. said...

Oh my word.....my mascara is every where! Congratulations in regards to your friends. I viewed their page. What wonderful Christmas present for them this year!

nikki said...

You weren't kidding, Becky. I managed to hold it together till the very end of the video. What a beautiful tribute to their sweet girl.
Thanks for showing us how to view it.

The Shocks said...

Ok, I have a hard time watching these videos. It makes me want to be in China right now getting my Ethan.

Beckyb said...

I hear you Pam - me too!!! It's so sad that it is taking so long right now!

nikki said...

Hey! Where abouts in Michigan are your friends from?

Karen F. said...

OK, that video and song sent me over the edge . . .
I remember last Fall when we realized there was no way we would receive our referral and travel by Christmas - it was so heartbreaking. To realize that Katie would have to spend a cold, lonely winter in China was one of the hardest moments of the entire journey!
Thanks for sharing though - at this point I'm always up for a good boo hoo! :)

Beckyb said...

Nikki - they are near Traverse City, oh gosh, or Lansing, I believe - he is a pastor there.

When you are harvesting your crops and forget to bring in a bundle of grain from your field, don't go back to get it. Leave it for the foreigners, orphans and widows. Then the LORD your God will bless you in all you do.
~Deuteronomy 24:19

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