Saturday, August 25, 2007

Dream Team

Here is a last minute SOY LO. this was a pic taken at our last team meeting with Sawyers ABA therapy team. it was bitterweet. On one hand we were excited to begin normalcy. But on hte other hand it was so sad to say goodbye to the people we had grown to love. they came 5 days a week for 6 months and 3 days for the last 4 months. It is a beautiful thing to know that your child is an overcomer, and is a testiment blessing. we still have our struggles and are entering a new phase and season of Sawyers Diagnosis, but he will make it! I just know it! every step we take is in the right direction. So for now we keep our eyes up and hopeful. All supplies were technique tuesday {stamps, ink and tiles}, crystals are swarovski, paint is MM.


  1. WOW! sounds like you have a tricky time ahead. At least we as Christians can 'look up', because without Him I know I would have trouble coping with some of the curved balls Life throws our way. Your optimism & faith are your testimony & witness. Keep up the good work girl. Those 'treasures' are sure piling up. ;o)

  2. I love the puzzle pieces. Thanks for stoping on at my blog. I love to see ocmments. Also very cute pics of the new undies. I can't wait till my daughter is there. It'll be fun!! Have a great week.

  3. Hey Liz,
    I was just checking your blog out real quick before my internet hiatus (see my blog for explanation). Anyway, you mentioned Sawyer's "diagnosis." What are you referring to (if it's ok for me to ask). One of my closest friends has a daughter with cystic fibrosis, and it has made me even more aware of what parents with challenged children go through.
    I think my oldest DD has the same princess underpants from Target. I'm trying to get the younger one interested in them so she'll potty train (she just turned three and the diapers are getting old for me).
    Ok, enough for now! Take care!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  4. Always up, always forward, looking through the eyes of hope. Joy Joy to you in this day and happy(almost) drawing the winner day!

  5. It sounds like your son is very lucky to have you! You really sound like a great mom and that you dealing with his diagnosis (whatever it is) in the best way possible!

    Love your layout!

  6. This is gorgeous....I totally love the puzzle. I'll pray for your son, I don't know what's going on, but it sounds like something pretty serious. God bless!