Thursday, October 05, 2006

Ta Da

I had my cast taken off today and here I am in the removable splint. Thank God.

On a more serious note I wanted to say how much I respect the Amish community who lost their young girls. I heard that not only have they forgiven the shooter, but have reached out to his family. I think that the Amish truly show the grace of God in everything they do. Their forgiveness is amazing. There is so much we can all learn from them.


Linda said...

That's great news. I'm sure you're a lot more comfortable.
I agree about the Amish. I have just felt heartsick about this whole thing, but they have handled everything with a grace and strength and faith that is a powerful witness to a watching world.

Looney Mom said...

I'm sure you're relieved to get that thing off. My nephew just broke his arm at school today for the 4th time - he's such a clutz... the poor little sweety - he's only 6!

And you're right about the Amish - that is an amazing example of God's grace.

mom of 2 said...

So glad you got your cast great that must feel!!!

I totally agree about the Amish amazing their forgiveness is!!

Jen said...

You look great and I know you feel much better,

Lady Laurie said...

So glad you got the cast off!

I have always admired the Amish ~ such a terrible thing to have happened.

Barb said...

What a relief to at least get that heavy cast off. Sounds like everything is healing really well.

Yes, the Amish are to be highly respected for their peaceful acceptance of even the most heinous things. I've been reading about them for years and they are truly inspirational. I wish I could be more like them.

Susan (5 Minutes For Mom) said...

I too think the Amish are wonderful people. What an amazing example of forgiveness.

Blueberry muffins and tea

Made some blueberry muffins and had some with tea on Rae Dunn pottery of course