Merry Christmas!

Thank you all so much for your thoughts, prayers and good wishes. Everyone goes through trying times in life, but as the old saying goes, “Trying times are times for trying.” That’s what I’ve been doing in recent weeks. Without going into detail, I’m happy to report things are much better now and I have been relaxing and truly celebrating the season for the past few days. All that stress made me exhausted!

As 2010 draws to a close, I hope you all are happy, healthy, and enjoying everything good the holiday season has to offer. God bless you and your families in the coming year. Here’s to a fantastic new year for all of us!

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

  1. Peace to you and much love to you and your family.

  2. Kimberly,

    I was so happy to see you blogging today! I have missed you and have been worried about you. I hope you are feeling better and that the stresses have calmed down a bit now. You are such a lovely, wonderful person! We all love you!

    All of my children will be home for Christmas! That is causing me some stress too, but I am so excited about having them all here! They all come into Chicago on Christmas night and we will meet them there and stay for a couple of days. Then all of us will travel by Amtrak train to Champaign and stay home for a few days. We also have my youngest son Dan’s open house for his wedding, that was in Utah in August, to celebrate while they are all here! So there’s lots going on here! Everyone will leave on Dec. 31 and we will once again be empty nesters! My daughter and her 2 little girls have been living with us since August. But they are also leaving on Dec. 31. I will miss them GREATLY!

    Merry Christmas to you and yours and I will continue to keep you in my prayers and thoughts! I may give you a call sometime soon too!!! 🙂


    • Hi, LynnEl!

      You’ve had QUITE a holiday! I hope you have a wonderful time with all your children, their spouses, and those adorable grandbabies! But fill me in….what about the FIRE?

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