Thursday, April 15, 2010

Thankful Thursday ~ Minneapolis

I am so very thankful that the Lord made it possible for me to fly here to Minneapolis to help our daughter Erin and her family move back to Montana! I got here on Tuesday, and in between packing and cleaning I am really enjoying time with all of them. On a previous post, I wrote about the job the Lord has provided for our son-in-law John as well as housing for them; His timing is perfect in providing what they need right now, just as His timing is perfect for each of us! I am also thankful that this job is such a good fit for John's degree as well as his personality.

I am also thankful that my husband being willing for me to be gone for a few days, and that I am feeling well enough to help out. The Lord is really giving me the physical strength and the sleep I need as I am here.

This is a short message, as I am either helping Erin or keeping Eli occupied, but I wanted to celebrate Thankful Thursday with all of you!

Please join Lynn, who is hosting Thankful Thursday at Spiritually Unequal Marriage.

7 comments:

Denise said...

May your family continue to be blessed.

Debbie said...

Laurie, I'm so glad you were able to participate in thankful Thursday even while away. I love how the Lord is providing in awesome ways. How exciting that your family will be with you in Montana!

Blessings and love,
Debbie

Karen said...

Hooray for you! Such great blessings He has given you....

Nana Jul said...

He Always provides a way!! He is so faithful!
May the move go smoothly!
Julie

Kit said...

I am so happy for you! I remember when I moved back to Missoula, my Mom and Dad came to Helena and helped up pack and move home. It was a very special time for me and increased the pleasure of finally being able to come home! Enjoy!

Elisa said...

Yay! How exciting for you!

Nama said...

Laurie, I'm so happy for you & your family. How exciting to see God's hand move so faithfully in all of your lives like this. And....what a blessing for you & for your kids and grandbaby, that you could be there to help them! Did you say you are in Montana? We aren't so far apart, maybe. We're in washington state.:) Blessings to you!