Friday, November 23, 2007

My Sweetheart Is Home!!!




After over a week of seemingly unending trials, Kristy is home again. Thank you for your continued prayers. We have uncharted waters ahead, but the Lord is with us. We will update news and continue blogging this journey.

I have something to say to a few men and I will write later today.

Kristy will blog again as she is able.

Keep praying for Kristy...for us.

Her Husband, Milton

11 Comments:

At 2:04 PM, Blogger The Imaginary Blog said...

"WELCOME HOME!" Possibly the happiest words in the English language--they sum up love and caring and warmth.

Welcome home, Kristy!

Thanks so much for keeping us informed, Milton. We're praying!

Janet S (Heartsong author)

 
At 2:31 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

"There is NO place like home." Those words spoken by Judy Garland in the last scenes of The Wizard of Oz always bring such comfort to me after I have been away on vacation or hospital stay. I truly hope they are comforting to you as well. May God continue giving good reports of healing and strength to each one of you. We love you. Jerry, Ginny, Mickey, and Sylveah(our kitten) Griffin.

 
At 2:38 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hallelujah! I'm so glad Kristy is home! She looks so beautiful.

She is in my prayers. God has the answer to every situation. Nothing is too difficult for Him, and with Him nothing is impossible. Medicine may say one thing, but only God's words matter. I am praying Psalm 91 over Kristy. With long life He will satisfy her and show her His salvation!

God bless you both. Your love for each other made me look at my own marriage. I realized that it could use some "sparks!" Thanks for being my inspiration. You both have much more to do as individuals - and as a couple. You will complete your course and finish your race!

N

 
At 3:09 PM, Blogger Vickie said...

Yahoo!! Doesn't it feel great to be home? I'm so happy that Kristy is back home. Thanks for keeping us up to date on this journey.

Still praying!

Vickie (author buddy)

 
At 3:56 PM, Blogger Pam Meyers said...

That is the best news yet! Kristy you look wonderful. And isn't it a good feeling to be in your own bed with your family and grandkids nearby? No more trips to the hospital. Yahoo!!

May the Lord wrap you in love, peace and health in the days to come.

 
At 4:41 PM, Blogger Sharon Lavy said...

You are such a cute couple. Kristy looks rested and beautiful. God is good.

Thank you so much for sharing this journey with us.

Blessings.

 
At 4:51 PM, Anonymous Carrie Turansky said...

Thanks for sharing this good news. It's a joy to see Kristy at home with her hero and her grandkids. I will pray that God will guide you each step of the way on this part of the journey. Hope you can just rest and enjoy this day together.
Sending love and prayers,
Carrie

 
At 6:02 PM, Anonymous angeleyes Blue said...

Welcome Home Kristy :) You look great. How are those Life Hiccups?

Stay Strong...You Stay strong. I am confined to a wheelchair also.

The only thing I can say is at least we (you and I) won't get those wobbly arm muscles that appeared when we turned 40.

Have an awesome weekend.

 
At 6:16 PM, Blogger Ane Mulligan said...

Please tell Kristy that Mama Ruth, Brandilyn Collins' 90 year old mother is praying for Kristy and wants a daily update. :o)

Mama Ruth is the feistiest redhead you'll ever know. I'm sending her a copy of yoru blog each day so she can keep up with Kristy.

Mama Ruth is a strong prayer warrior. I know Heaven listens.

 
At 7:47 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hallelujah! I am crying tears of joy to to read the words and see the pictures of your homecoming. Kristy, you are just as beautiful as ever. No, even moreso than before as your light is shining SO BRIGHT. Stay strong, and we'll keep on praying for you, for Pastor, for your entire family for a speedy and pain-free recovery, and the miracle of a complete healing.

Love to you both,
Dawn & Skip Scott

 
At 11:59 PM, Blogger Lynn Coleman said...

Praising the Lord with you that Kristy is home and there is no greater gift then to be in the arms or your love ones, especially the grandchildren.

Please know that we are continuing to pray for all of you.

I don't know if Milton will be in the pulpit tomorrow morning but know that we'll be praying for him, if he is and asking the Lord to give him an extra portion as he delivers the Word.

All our love and prayers.
Paul & Lynn

 

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