Sunday, December 20, 2009

My heart is so full.

(I just like this picture)

My heart is so full I just can't keep it in. Last night Rob received a call from a good neighbor, he wanted us to know that his family was thinking of us and if there is anything they could do to help please call them.
Now we have been receiving many call like this for the past 3 months, but this one I really needed. You see I have been a little down lately and needed a pick me up.
After the phone call was over I talked to Rob about it. It is so interesting that when ever one of us is feeling down someone calls or some one leaves something on our door step.
We know we will be taken care of, we Know our needs will be met. We know God love us and He knows us individually.
I asked Rob can you just imagine our life without the gospel and jobless?
I'm so grateful that we believe in God the Eternal Father and in his Son Jesus Christ. I'm truly thankful for the love he gives to us. I'm am thankful for his example, to me and others. I know that if you seek for his love he will answer, he will provide his comfort and peace over you.
I wonder if I would be writing this if Rob did not lose his job? I wish I could say yes but I really don't know. Sometimes it takes a wake up call for you to realize all the many blessing we have.
I hope that you can get something out of this if anything know that you are LOVED and you are being Watched over.
I'm so thankful for this time of year for us to reflected on the birth of the Savor I hope we can keep the spirit of Christmas all year long.
Have a Merry Christmas and Happy HAWLEY days!!


  1. That is really great that you have such a great attitude and a humble spirit. I am glad that you are doing well. Good Luck, I hope he finds one soon!

  2. Happy Hawley Days to you too :)

  3. your thoughts are so true. It's great to have good neighbors and family and friends who completely understand that friendship and love don't really have a thing to do with money. Hope you are doing well. Love you guys!

  4. I love to see how much gratitude you have found in a trying time.

    Merry Christmas Rach.

  5. HAWLEY ENGLAND LONDON MISSION LOGDecember 27, 2009 at 1:40 PM

    I believe that our hearts are permitted to be touched by sadness, difficulties, illness, challenge, and failure, so that we have opportunity to get on our knees, to look to our Father, to our Savior, and to really, really feel gratitude for the blessings we do have, and to be humbled enough to ask for help, to go through processes and growth so that we see and feel of Their love for us, and know that They know, really know, who we are and what our struggles and our joys are, and where our faith and allegiance is. How merciful! Love, Nana

  6. You are so right! What a great attitude. I can learn a lot from you. Do you guys have a job yet?