Saturday, August 16, 2008

I Love Your Blog Too!

What an honor to be given such a colorful and lovely award. Thank you, Stacy, from "Impressions of A Ribbon Addict" for thinking of me, and especially the way you did so on a week when I needed encouragement. That must be one of your love languages.

Anyway, I stumbled upon a really incredible site this evening that I immediately fell into love with, so I thought this would be an appropriate blog to pass the "I LOVE YOUR BLOG" award on to. This corner of heaven on the world wide web is centered around praying for our children. Each week, a prayer is posted to do just that. I can't wait to implement these prayers into my daily life. Click here if you would like to do the same:

I wish I knew who to thank for this ministry, but since the name on the blog reads "It's not about me," I'll just thank the Lord for it instead. My guess is that's just what she wants me to do. What a beautiful person.

4 friends shared a comment:

Homesteader in Training said...

What a neat site that is and what a great idea. We need to constantly cover our children with prayer. My daughter was recently called a freak and was told to go back to the olden days because of a dress she was wearing that she so wonderfully made by herself. My heart cried for her because of this persecution. But I told her that means she's doing something right. Oh and I love your site to. Hang your award with pride but don't be prideful lol.

Stacy said...

What a wonderful blog, thanks for letting us know about it! It is going on my daily list!
Have a blessed day!

Momma Roar said...

Thank you so much for your very kind comments on the prayer blog!

I cannot believe it has been a year since its creation.

I've been meaning to do a post about it, but I like to just stick to the prayers and not really give it any of my personality. We'll see ... Maybe I'll do a post on my main blog and link to it. (decisions, decisions)

Thanks again, it is people like you and your comments that keep me focused on the prayer blog. It is such an amazing thing to know we are all praying the same things for all our children!

Leigh Ann aka Momma Roar

Anonymous said...

Her name is "Momma Roar" Leigh Ann!
The author of Lifting Hands!