Wednesday, August 6, 2008

Bits and "Peace"?

I watched Ethen for Steph and Randy yesterday so they could paint the house that they bought. We had fun playing with the puppy. Of course the vacuums were brought out too and after lunch we took a little nap together. He's such a sweet little angel.

After he woke up from his nap, Steph asked if we could drop Ethen of at the new house. And surprise of all surprises, Jason decided to go with me. We got a tour of the house and Jason and Randy even said a few words to each other. Could this be the start of something good?

On another subject. I've been asked to give my testimony at church on Thursday. Of course, I'll have to condense it and keep it under 5 minutes. I'm having trouble deciding what to include and what to skip over. Any suggestions?

8 comments:

Katie Kermeen Swisher said...

YAY! I'll keep praying for Jason and Randy's relationship. I know it can't be easy for you or Steph or Ethan...

Can't wait to hear how it goes at church tomorrow!

Hot Tub Lizzy said...

I too will be praying about Jason & Randy... it is NOT easy being caught in between something like that!

As to your testimony... what's YOUR favorite part of your story? What is something that makes you go "GOD - you are AMAZING!!!!"... share that.

Ronda's Rants said...

He says that He will provide the words for us through the Holy spirit and He will. I know it will be great!

Z's Mom said...

So glad to hear about the break through with Jason and Randy. Hope they can build something there.

As for your testimony, I can't say it any better than the other comments did...you will know what feels right.

Insane Mama said...

Hopefully it is peace!

Insane Mama said...

Hopefully it is peace!

sassy stephanie said...

Share this with Jason:

My MIL and FIL got married at 19 when she got "knocked up". Her father flat out refused to go to the wedding. Years later, he did come to accept his son in law. They are still married at 60 years old.

I hope time will heal all wounds. For Stephi's sake and for Jason's. I hope he does not wake one day with regrets, like not attending your own child's wedding.

Nik said...

Oooh - that might just be a monumental action of peace!