Friday, February 13, 2009

Grace Octavia

I am four, that's how old I am. I like to play outside and I like to play with Cody; but Cody is not here. Cody stays with us when our friends go on vacation. He is the Ng's dog. I like to do school and Highland dance after I do my school. I sometimes go outside and play.

I missed my daddy when he was in the hospital, but now he's home. He's working on his sermon for church. He watches "Hogan's Heroes" with me and he eats a lot of stuff. He gives kisses to me when I go to bed. Sometimes when I go to bed Daddy reads books to me. I love my daddy!


Dina said...

Grace, I'm glad you got to watch Hogan's Heroes with your Daddy! You do homeschooling already? What a big girl! I'll bet you are a great help to your family!

God bless you and thank you for writing your post, Love, Matthew and Mark Hatch's Aunt Dina ;)

Victoria said...

Hi Grace! I wish you could come to my house someday and play with my cute little dog Huckleberry. He would like you. I'm glad you are helping your daddy get better. He is a wonderful man and an inspiration ("inspiration" is a word that to me means "breathes in joy") to us all.

Anonymous said...

You have told us, Lord, that Your beloved rests securely on You, that You shield him all day long and he rests on your shoulders (Deut. 33:12) – that though the mountains move and the hills shake, Your love will not be removed from us, and Your covenant of peace will not be shaken (Isa.54:10). Oh, satisfy us in the morning- every morning- with your faithful love so that we may shout with joy and be glad all our days (Ps. 90:14).

This adaptation of scripture by Beth Moore is my prayer for you today, Susan and Bryan. (When Colin was very sick I found it particularly helpful that people would write out their prayers for us on Caring Bridge. Then, when I didn’t have the words to pray, I could use those words.) Joy Ng