Tuesday, March 13, 2007

So...This is Heaven!

Blogger is giving me fits! First my photos go and now my comments disappeared. Feel free to leave comments here for the post, So...This is Heaven!
Sorry, I lost 14 great comments somewhere. So , Sorry, Jackie, Carol, Kim, Pam, Sire, Connie, Rancher, Candy, Penless Thoughts, and Beemoosie.

12 comments:

Kim said...

This made me cry. Thank you.

Harry said...

Well, that certainly made this spoiled, pampered, burb-living American grateful for what he's got. I do have to be reminded sometimes.

I admire your strength and the strength of your Ye'kwana neighbors. Sometimes I think living has been made too easy for us in the States. We don't appreciate what those who came before us had to do just to survive, let alone build what we have now.

Sis. Julie said...

Don't you just love it when Blogger goes nuts?? I know how frustrating that is. It happens to me more often than I'd like.

This was a great post. I love the pictures. Thanks for sharing.

Teeny Tiny cabin said...

Your story is a convicting and needed reminder to my heart. Thank you so much for sharing this! I am praying for you and your family and also for the people you minister to. Claudia O.

Baptist Girl said...

What heart wrenching story. What a blessing she must be in your life. A very humble servant of God.God bless her heart.Thank you for sharing.

Cristina

Rancher said...

Hey, I left a comment here that would end world hunger, cure aids in Africa, end ethnic cleansing all over the world, cure cancer, help me in my mid-terms, and win the lotto. Where did that comment go?

luvvom said...

Won't it be great! No, we can't even IMAGINE what it's going to be like...I can't wait! Great post, thanks for sharing!

Pam said...

I know Rancher! I left a pretty good honking comment too!

Winston said...

I think I lost your comment on my weblog. Could you please repost it again?

Kim said...

Pam's right,I like Rancher's comments too!

Jungle Mom said...

Rancher; Somewhere in the blogashere! Remember, resistance is futile!

Ginger said...

Incredible! My son-in-law was raised as a missionaries kid in Mexico. The first time he came to our house he video taped the entire house. We live in a very modest ranch. My bedroom really needed redecorating. He walking in, taped the room, and said, "My mom would LOVE a room like this." Sometimes we forget how very blessed we are on this earth. One man's hut IS another man's mansion. Thanks for sharing this wonderful story.