Wednesday, February 9, 2011

My Heart Melts

For the last week or so I have been showered with love from my children...

Lily's {age 7} sweet cards.

I am so in love with them.

Jack, who is three, wrote MOM for the first time on his Valentine to me.
Can you see it?
I am so giddy over his little handwriting:).


Even Tim has been creating Valentine masterpieces:).


My heart just melts.

Lily and I are invited to a Mother/Daughter Valentine Tea and are working on a few fun gifts to share.


I'll post in the next few days about her darling Valentines.

Have a lovely day!

~Julia

4 comments:

Amanda said...

Yes, it does make a mama's heart melt:)

I must say that my heart is melting from inspiration over your sweet blog. I have been once again inspired and encouraged coming here...

I had to try those thumb print cookies with my children yesterday and they had a blast making them. {as well as myself} I posted today on my blog about this and linked your recipe up.
Thanks for such lovely inspiration:)

Bevy said...

HI! I just came on over here from Amanda's blog - and thought- "Wait a minute! This gal seems familiar". I was recently looking through my blog list followers and saw you, as one of my followers, and must admit I've never popped in here before. I feel badly about that, because it looks like I've been missing out on a lot of beauty and inspriation. I am now you're newest follower. ;)

Blessings to you and have a wonderful Valentine's Day... those cookies look and sound delish!

Jenn said...

Coming over from Amanda's! Love all the sweet valentines! It does a momma's heart good doesn't it!

Lynn said...

Coming over to respond to your National Day of Bravery post on Flower Patch Farmgirl:

I also know what it's like to see a loved one suffer from Pancreatic cancer. My father died almost 4 years ago....exactly 4 months after his diagnosis of stage 4 cancer.

He went down hill so quickly! It was very difficult to see the a big, strong man that raised me become so helpless. The last week of his life was the absolute worst. I, too, wondered if my son should even go in to see his papa look like that, but in the end, I was glad he spent time with him.

By son and I stood by my daddy talking to him while he was unresponsive, but I know in my heart that he heard what we said. My immediate family were all right there when my daddy left this world for heaven - and I wouldn't take a million dollars for it :)

I will be praying for you and your family during this difficult time. And yes, that's the way we are supposed to look at one another - with the love of Christ, regardless of circumstance.

By the way, I LOVE your blog! So glad I found you :-)

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