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Santa Party and an Auction

 My Friend Caryn had a meet Santa party on Sunday afternoon.  It was a magical time!  We had a lovely time.  The house was BEAUTIFUL!!!!!  It got me in the Christmas mood!
SK was a bit nervous about Santa.
 Emily told Santa that she would be happy with anything he brought her.  Santa was sooooo friendly and kind.

 SK wanted to watch from a far for a few minutes.
 She warmed up.

This was a magical memory that the girls will never forget!



One of my very best friends, Sara, from college is now a missionary.  I enjoy seeing her every Summer.  She means so much to me!
Her brother, Tim and Sister in law, Cassie feel lead by the Lord to adopt from Africa.  The Lord has worked miracle after miracle to place twin boys in their family.  They are almost two years old.  They will be given a wonderful home.  Cassie and Tim are fantastic people.  Cassie amazes me because she can do it all and do it all well!!!!!
Cassie is having an online auction to help with the expenses of adoption.  I want to encourage you to check out her online auction and pray for them as they go through this process.

http://www.findingallourfishsticks.blogspot.com

Thank you!
Jesus is the only reason for the season!

Comments

thejavamama said…
awe the girls look so cute in their dresses! I love this time of year! What an amazing story and twins are very special :)
The Fish Family said…
Thanks so much Laurie for the P.R. and your sweet words!!
Lauren said…
Those pictures are precious!!!!!!!!!! :)
Sara Campbell said…
Thanks, Linda Dale, you are the BEST!!! :)
Kayla said…
your girls are so cute! Where do you get your girls hair bows from? if you could please e-mail me at kaylakohl@gmail.com
His Doorkeeper said…
What a wonderful party for your girls to go to! Santa looked so nice and what a sweet picture of the girls on his lap! Love your dress...so cute!

Merry Christmas to the Ormans! Love you all!

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