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A message sent from Brit

Tonight after prayers Silas said- mommy, do you fink God could ask Mamie a question? Jason and I both said-- sure! What do you want to ask Mamie? Silas says- about airplanes. So, I told him to close his eyes and pray and ask God to please ask Mamie a question. He closed his eyes and sat there, do I said- Dear God, Silas has a question he would like for you to ask Mamie. And then Silas said so quietly something about airplanes that I couldn't hear and we said- amen. He always remembers...

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  1. That is so sweet! It gave me chills.

    You don't know me, but I started following your blog after we lost our daughter last year. I have been wanting to thank you for your blog. It really helped and inspired me through some tough times.

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  2. Thanks so much for your sweet message. I headed straight over to your blog and now you have a new mommy blog stocker :)

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