"Let it Snow, Let it Snow, Let it Snow"

You know the words to that christmas carol don't you? Well, if it wasn't for my son coming home from college from Michigan tomorrow, I would be singing that song with joy! Don't get me wrong, I love the snow and looking out the window right now, we have a bit added in with more ice and my candles in the windows are glowing gorgeously with the backgroundsnow. But boy, I sure miss my son. I have not seen Luke for a few months now since he went back to college. He is a pre-seminary student and could not stay home too long in the summer because he was hired for a job and needed the college funds and for possible marriage.

For many years, I wondered what it would be like to have children old enough to marry and have children. My oldest son in the Air Force married a gal and their baby is on his way in two weeks. And now Luke has a future bride.
Many a days I lived with the terrible two's as most call them and now they are men, having their own likes and dislikes. The very women they are selecting are the women I have prayed for all of their lives. Isn't that cool, praying for something over twenty years, and now it is coming into fruition. God is so good.

I have three more children to nurture. So when you feel down and exhausted, wondering when it will all end; when will you be able to slee again, or take a shower, or talk like a grown up, it will come! Keep your chin up. You are only a mother once in a life time. Love those children!

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