Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Miracles Still Happen!


Thank you all for your prayers about my missing diamond. Yesterday while the littles and I were out running errands, I gave them little baggies with snackies - including a few Valentine M&M's. Today, when I went to put Katie in her car seat, I saw a few spare candies that had gathered in the back of her seat. I saw this little grayish/silvery looking thing there in the middle - momentarily I thought it was a little stone. Well, it was. But a very valuable little stone! My little stone! Katie has been sitting on a diamond for 5 days!!

Thank you, Lord, and thank you, friends! (See previous post if you don't have a clue what I'm talking about)!







18 comments:

Needled Mom said...

Miracle of miracles!!!! I kept saying over and over for the last few days, "Tony, Tony, look around....somethings lost and MUST be found." He has been sooooo good to me throughout the years. I am thrilled for you. Now...to find my ring!

Gigi said...

Hallelujah Dawn! Praise God for His goodness!

Needled Mom - you must be a Catholic...I remember that little poem to St. Anthony.

Devoted said...

LOL! Dawn, what a joy to find your diamond and a unique place for it to be hiding. Who says God doesn't have a sense of humor?

Nicoolmama said...

YAY!!!! That's wonderful!

grammy said...

Wow!!
how exciting that God helped you find that little stone (o:
You must have been doing the happy dance for sure.
God is so good.

nancygrayce said...

What a perfectly appropriate place to find it! I'm so thankful for that miracle!

Brenda said...

YAY! That made my heart feel so good hearing that, Dawn!

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Hootin' Anni said...

PS....I just now went out and did some research and troubleshooting for Google Reader, and after reading the steps to take on it...I, from the subscriber and Google's instructions, I think maybe you're going to show up for me now. I haven't rebooted Blogger and my Dashboard yet, but you ARE showing up now after I did what they told me to do about refreshing your blog since it wasn't showing during your 'private' settings....now maybe!!!

It's great that you found your diamond. Isn't that something? How these things work out? Miracles, indeed.

Maine Mom said...

Yay, Yay, Yay! Too funny that Katie has been sitting on it in the car all this time.

~Ginger said...

Amazing! God knew it was there all along! I knew chocolate was a good thing, LOL

So happy for you as this treasure is priceless for sure!

Baba said...

wow... Dawn, I am thrilled that you have found your special diamond..I know your heart is very thankful!!! Baba

Robin said...

Oh Dawn - that is wonderful news! I was thinking about it just this morning wondering if you had found it yet!
God is so very good!

PEA said...

Woohooooo, isn't that something! I just had a feeling you would be finding it:-) Miracles do happen indeed! hehe xoxo

Midlife Mom said...

So glad that you found your stone!!!!!!! What a thrill to see it there! I just found my camera battery charger but it was after I spent $58.00 to buy a new one! :o(
So now I have two so should be all set for a while! ha!

Have been busy getting our inventory done at the lake house. Finished it today plus took back up pictures to keep on file. Monday they will start throwing things in the dumpster. It sure is a mess but at least the first floor hadn't fallen into the basement, only the ceiling. It is buckling so probably would have soon. It's been really warm here so know that Kev has had some good temps if he is outside!!

Judith said...

I'm so glad I chose tonight to check your blog, and so happy about your finding that diamond.
Loved how you described it. Love even more, how God takes care of little things in our lives.

Jess said...

Woo Hoo...so glad!

Hope all is well with you, I'm glad we have kinda kept up through email and then with facebook. I have still missed blogging though.

Have a great week

Love, Jess

Just Call Me Grammy said...

So happy you found your diamond. I know how distressing it is to lose something with such sentimental value. I lost the diamond from my wedding ring several years ago...not only was it my wedding ring, but the diamond was passed down to me from my grandmother. It felt like I had lost a little part of me. Not important in the big picture, but sad just the same. I LOVE where you found it...perfect!