Thursday, October 23, 2008

Blogging on Empty

I have been so busy this week that I have been neglecting my blog. This will be my last week of working two jobs, so I am hoping on a little free time.

On another note, my son, Caleb, has officially left for Iraq. I am very sad and I covet your prayers for his safety and the safety of all the brave men and women he serves with. More on this later.

12 comments:

Kat said...

I will add Caleb to my prayers.

And I don't know how you work two jobs...much less all the stuff that I know you need to do at home...and then you throw blogging in there...well, when would you sleep?

American in Norway said...

I will also add Caleb to my prayers... Hang in there girl! Thank you for all you & your family do for us!

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Lindsay said...

I know how that feels. I go through spurts where I have way too much to blog about and then times right now where I hear the crickets chirping.

I'll be praying for your son!

Thanks for stopping by!

sandy said...

I am praying for the safety of your son and all the others who keep us free as well!

An Accomplished Woman said...

My daughter was scheduled to go into Iraq and her orders were changed in the last minute. Your son is in my prayers. You are a great blogger. Keep up the good work.

Lula! said...

Said a prayer for him...just...NOW!

Keep us posted.

LD Snyder said...

Keeping your son in my thoughts. Hope this brightens your day.

I love your blog...in fact, I gave you an award. Check out today's post on my blog to see it!!!

Belle (from Life of a...) said...

God bless your son and your family as you wait for his safe return back stateside.

oº˚ Anissa ˚ºo said...

Keeping your son in my prayers! I wanted to let you know I started a Prayer Blog.

Much Love

merc3069 said...

Caleb is in my prayers, as well as you, for the heartache I know you must be having.

Sadiebug and her Mom said...

I'll be thinking of him. My brother is in the military as well, but he has managed to stay out of harms way. He's been to Barain, but was stop/loss'd and will likely be going back to the Middle East.