If We Don’t Visit Again—


She will be helping us celebrate this Christmas!  Although I will probably never have the untold pleasure of holding this little angel in my arms, I am so happy I have the photos to keep me updated on this precious gift from God, little Victoria, now almost 2 months old and already a true beauty.  We are celebrating the birth of  two babies this year — the first one born in a manger because of no room at the inn, and this one, Victoria, born in a hospital with all the care deemed necessary for new babies and moms today.  The original new baby, born in Bethlehem, came to save us all.  The only thing we have to do is believe in the love He came to tell us about.  The new baby will have purpose, love in abundance, and all the comfort she needs to make it through what I pray will be a long and loving lifetime.  She definitely has the family to provide all that she needs.  My prayer is that she learns to know the difference between “need” and “want”.  She has the same potential to help change the world as every child ever born.  I know her parents, my grandson, Alan and his lovely and loving wife, Maggie, will do their parts to ensure this, but in the world today I can’t help wondering what will be ahead for them all.  Welcome to the world, Victoria.  May the baby born all those millennias ago keep you forever in His loving arms and may all the angels watch over you as you complete your journey from this innocence  of today into your future, hopefully long and happy.  And know that you all have a Grandma crazy in love with you!


7 thoughts on “If We Don’t Visit Again—”

  1. Awww, just came by Angie to see the latest addition into your family. She is beautiful.

    On a blogging note… Your logo is still linked to the hacked site..
    So you may want to change the link to
    your site address.. It will then make it easier for others to reply to your blog. instead of waiting for a new post etc..
    You can do that by going into your picture logo on your right hand WP top corner by clicking on your photo logo and altering your profile and settings..

    Happy New Year Angie.. Enjoy.. xxx ❤

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    1. Thanks Sue — both for the sweet words about our little Victoria as well as the advice about my logo. I’m going to try that now. I sure hope it is easy enough to match my exhaustion level at the moment. If it isn’t easy I’m gonna have problems. 🙂

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      1. I think I just did it, Sue. Just published a new post so please let me know if it is still the old one. I changed the address of the blog to the new one, something that should have happened a few days ago when I thought I had it changed, but now hopefully the one with “reflections” is gone forever. We can always hope, anyway. xxxooo

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