Dec 12, 2012

old room

to help with our writing, this weekend we took a trip to one of Ian's old hospitals. we were even able to go into his old room, since no patients were living in it.

grateful to leave it and see Ian sleeping at home.

6 comments:

Summer said...

What an experience. Prayers for your book :)

xo
summer

Anonymous said...

oh, you are incredible. this must be so emotional but probably a perfect place to write your story and dig back into your History! always looking forward to new posts.. have an awesome (pre)Christmas time

Jane in TX said...

Yes, home is much, MUCH better. Praying for you both, as you live each day & as you write.

Beth @A Little Country House said...

that was very powerful, just those simple fotos, with your comments...it must have stirred your emotions to be in there again..thanks for sharing. Yall don't know me, but I pray for yall and I really hope that in the midst of writing and recalling, Yall get to really enjoy this Christmas, and have fun, and laugh, and feel Merry, because of Christ and His glory . I know everyday life can be hard and you are writing some painful stuff. God Bless you both!

Rachel Rusticus said...

Hi long-time reader, 1st time post-er here:) Thought to share these words from Sara Groves "Fly". Blessed to have you as a brother & sister in Christ & fellow over-comers, Rachel

Speak in a summer tone
Pause in the after glow
Tenderly whisper my name
Tell me once again why I am your bride
So I can fly
So I can fly

Pause in your busy day
Look extra long my way
Wink at me across the room
Kiss me longer
Touch my arm when I am by your side
So I can fly
So I can fly

Oh how the little things
Strengthen my tiny wings
Help me to take on the world
When you love me there's nothing I wouldn't try
I might even fly
I might even fly
I might even fly

Leslie Dawn said...

...so glad we serve a BIG GOD Ian & Larissa, Love you both in Christ!~Leslie Dawn☼