I couldn't help but think about the CT tragedy over the weekend and today when I was helping with preschool. I am sure the thoughts will continue for a long time. I don't know if I can even find the right words to express what I'm feeling. My heart hurts for the children, families and school staff. Hopefully some good can come from the horrific event that occurred. I hope it will shine some light on mental illnesses; the people who are struggling with it cannot just be pushed aside like nothing is wrong, they need love and help! I pray that all those involved with the tragedy are able to find support and peace.

This past weekend was our church's Christmas program. The kids replayed the story of Jesus's birth. When you think of His story it also involved tragedy but thank God the story doesn't end there. There is hope for something so much better.
{my little K sheep on the right}
{photo of Kaelyn by her Grandma Cindy}
Kaelyn was thrilled to have her cousin and grandparents come to her Christmas program. She said the only bad part of the day was when everyone had to go home. :)
Little ones are so precious... family, time, love mean more to them than any "thing" could.

Jesus said,"Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these." Matthew 19:14


martinealison said...

Un très joli message d'amour...
Une pensée particulière pour tout ceux qui souffrent...

Votre petite fille est si belle et joyeuse.

Gros bisous et joyeuses fêtes.

Jennifer {Studio JRU} said...

Your little K sheep is precious! Thank you for the beautifully worded reminder of hope, Jodi.