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Monday, 22 September 2014

My lovely friend turns 50 today so I made her this crochet scarf. The little wooden hoop and peg holds the ends together well. I will definitely  buy some to keep for when I make another scarf. She is a special friend and I hope she enjoys wearing this snuggly scarf 

For those of you who pray, I would like to ask you to pray for my daughter and her family who are missionaries. As I posted back in the summer, they are caring for a baby who's mother didn't want him, they already have two boys they adopted as babies and this mother wanted them to adopt the baby too but this hasn't been easy to sort out as she disappears for weeks on end or when she is around she is in no state to discuss the matter with. Now it seems she wants the baby back, it has been said that there is a gang who buys and sells babies and this may be the reason. Of course this is devastating for our daughter and her family who are trying hard to get some legal case together so that they can adopt the baby.

Please pray for God to intervene in this situation and also for the babies birth mother to know and experience Gods love for her. Thank you



Krafty Connie said...

The scarf is a lovely gift. I just love it.

I'll be praying for your daughter's situation. O what a difficult experience.

Amy at love made my home said...

A beautiful scarf and shawl pin for your friend. I hope that things work out for your daughter and her family as it sounds as though they would be so good for this little one. xx

GratefulPrayerThankfulHeart said...

I am praying about this situation! Oh, so hard!

Needled Mom said...

Your scarf is beautiful.

I will be praying for your daughter's family and hoping that the mother will realize how well off her baby is in a loving family.

Just a little something from Judy said...

Let me tell you, your friend will know she is most special to you, when she receives this lovely scarf creation! Really, it is beautiful!

As for your family situation, my heart hurts for your daughter and her husband. I promise to keep her and you all in my prayers during this difficult time.