Letters of Intent--March 11, 2011

Foursons


Foursons has a great weekly feature that she runs, called Letters of Intent. In it, she invites readers to write their own letters of intent and to link them up to her post. This week I have decided to join in....

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Dear citizens of Japan,

I am praying for you today after the horrible experiences you are going through. I cannot imagine what it is like to live through a tsunami or an earthquake. Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers.

Signed,
Praying in America
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Dear Rebecca,

It seems like just yesterday you were learning to crawl and roll. I cannot believe that I registered you for pre-kindergarten this week. It is amazing what a bright, delightful and smart young lady you are growing into being. You are the light of our eyes. It will be hard to send you to pre-k next year everyday but I know you will LOVE it. Just don't grow up too fast, I don't want to have to help you register for college classes tomorrow.

Love,
Mommy
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Comments

  1. Awww! Our babies grow up so quickly! How bittersweet of a new milestone, but a good one, for sure!!

    And what has happened in Japan and what could possibly happen on the West coast is heart breaking. My thoughts and prayers are will those as well.

    Have a great weekend!

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  2. they do grow up so fast! I am registering Madeline for kindergarten and it amazes me. I wish I could hit the pause button on time sometimes.

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  3. The video streaming in from Japan is astounding.

    Pre-K is a big step, good luck! I'm sure she'll do great.

    Thanks for linking up!

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  4. The tragedy in Japan is heartbreaking... praying too!


    And where is the PAUSE button for our kids?!?! :)

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