Sundays on Silverado #71

Life Lately

Life Lately is still all about support for sweet baby Evie and my daughter and son-in-law. The kids continue to live in a hotel an hour and a half from home, and likely will for quite some time.

Right now, I’m trying to work, and go there on the weekends, to support them in whatever small ways I can.

Thank you so much to all of you who have been praying so relentlessly, sending sweet messages, and offering help. There’s a long road ahead, and the kids need a village. Your compassion has touched my heart.

Please, please continue to pray for this sweet little fighter, and her mom and dad. 🙏🏻

Update: Extra prayers are requested, as our grandbaby Evie heads to surgery on Friday afternoon. Please pray for the doctors and nurses who will care for her, for healing and comfort for our baby girl, and for strength and courage for her mom and dad.

In Case You Missed It…

My husband got me the beautiful Willow Tree Nativity set for my birthday this week, and I used scrap wood to make a DIY stable for it. You can see how HERE.

The nativity, and the opportunity to distract myself by making the stable were a welcome respite for my heart this week.

I also shared the annual Best of Prime post. All of the details can be read HERE.

The Weekly Features!

If you’re in holiday baking mode this week, you’re in luck, because there were so many amazing recipes shared for Christmas cookies and holiday treats!

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25 thoughts on “Sundays on Silverado #71

  1. Adding my prayers to all the others for strength, wisdom, love, light, and healing Niky. Evie is such a cutie pie and I know your family treasures her daily! Thanks for hosting. I hope you and your family have a blessed holiday season, CoCo

  2. Niky, I am praying for your family and for sweet little Evie. May God’s healing hands touch her.

    Love your Nativity project. It turned out beautiful.

  3. Niky,
    Continued prayers for little Evie…
    Thanks again for hosting this lovely party every week! I know how much time and effort goes into doing so and I want you to know that it is greatly appreciated!!
    Hugs,
    Debbie

  4. Praying for a Christmas miracle for your family Niky…thank you for continuing to host, sometimes doing normal things can really help during times of worry and stress…prayers and prayers…

  5. Thank you for featuring my Red White & Green layered cookies! and thank you for hosting this linky party ~ especially at this stressful time for you and your family. Prayers going your way…

  6. Niky, I continue to hold your precious Evie and your family in my thoughts and prayers every single day. Sending hugs your way from Canada. xoxo Thank you so much both for continuing to host the party during this most difficult time and for featuring my Pepparkakor cookies this week.

  7. Sharing blessings for the miracle of this child and the whole family. As you all need to rest, heal and thrive. Life throws us a fast curveball sometimes, and often we are so unprepared for it. Take care.

  8. Continued prayers for Evie and your whole family. Thanks for hosting during this stressful time. Take care, Shelley

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