Wednesday, December 17, 2008

You Are So Beautiful!

Well that day is over - thank goodness! How lovely it was to get home from work very late & find MOTH with a drink ready & dinner almost on the table, 2 of my gorgeous sons arriving in quick succession & then your lovely messages - thank's everyone for your comments of encouragement - how lucky I am!

And I think I was led to this beautiful image for a reason, as I started to hear the words from Mary's Boy Child echo in my head. Especially the verse:

" By and by, they find a little nook in a stable all forlorn, and in a manger cold and dark Mary's little Boy was born".

Has put the day totally in perspective.


  1. How lovely! What a SWEET picture! Thank you so much for your post. IT really help me put things in perspective. I am getting very nervous for our trip home as the weather report says ... snow, snow and more snow@!!! Yikes!

  2. Millie...Beautiful and inspiring. Glad you are having such a great end of the day. MOTH really came through for you! ♥Rosemary

  3. A new day has begun and yesterday is nothing but a distant memory. Your husband and family are so wonderful to support you the loving way they do. And now can I just squeal with delight at that ADORABLE baby picture?!!!

    Anna :)

  4. What a sweet , innocent photo. And dinner waiting for you...lovely.

  5. I just recently found your blog and I really enjoy reading it. And sounds like you have a wonderful family who is supporting you strongly.

    But this baby photo, it is just too cute! Love it!

    Have a nice week!

  6. Hi Millie...what a gorgeous picture...and i must say i laughed with the previous picture of the screaming child (i feel just like that too sometimes). Pop down to that lovely Stirling Hotel for a champagne, that would cure any bad day! Mel xxx

  7. ooooooh, so cute!

    good to hear you had such a relaxing evening.

  8. Thank goodness for the MOTH! At least it's over now.
    Ness xx

  9. Gorgeous Millie!!! This photo spoke to my heart as we prepare for this our first Christmas with our new little Granddaughter. Dzintra XX

  10. It certainly does help to put everything into perspective at this time of year. Amanda x


And none will hear the postman's knock
Without a quickening of the heart.
For who can bear to feel himself forgotten?
~W.H. Auden

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