We Interrupt this Blog for an Important Announcement. . .
Life interrupted my routine this week.
Life interfered with all my plans.
Life stopped me in my tracts to behold a wondrous phenomenon.
As Albert Einstein once said:
“There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.”
Miracle, yes indeed. I experienced a miracle this week.
Actually two of them.
On Sunday my daughter, Katie, gave birth to two little boys.
Korbin arrived at 8:15 am, weighing in just a little below five pounds.
His brother, Kastin, may have been born second, but won in the weight division topping a little over the five-pound mark.
All are healthy and the boys are adorable.
My heart overflows with thanksgiving and praise of our Creator for these blessings. Thank you, dear Lord. Thank you to the Giver of Life for new life.
Yes, life engulfed me this week and love exploded.
And sometime a miracle from God comes in pairs.
Michelle DeRusha@Graceful says
Beautiful miracles indeed! Welcome, Korbin and Kastin!You are blessed with one of the sweetest grandmas ever!
Kathy Collard Miller says
Jean Wise says
Now that is a precious, precious interruption!
Jean Wise says
Thank you for all the kind well wishes. We are truly celebrating life this week in my home. Praise the Lord!
Visiting from Soli Deo Gloria. Congratulations! What wonderful gifts.
Congrats! They are beautiful! Tami
Diana Trautwein says
So SO lovely – isn’t life just like that sometimes? Miraculous, spontaneous, interruptible?? Wonderful pictures, wonderful words. Thanks so much for brightening my morning.
Jean, these are two of the cutest baby boys I have ever seen! Praise God for the two little miracles. Good quote from Einstein too.
Phather Phil Malmstrom says
What a Blessing!! They’re absolutely beautiful Jean! Congratulations to you, and to your daughter on this miracle of God’s love.
Have a Blessed Day!
Indeed, everything is a miracle! Congratulations and thanks for sharing yours. So glad your life was interrupted in this beautiful, beautiful way. May the favor of the Lord rest on Korbin and Kastin!