Thursday, November 22, 2007

Happy Thanksgiving

I don't know if anyone out there still checks this, but if you do, the Maley family wants to wish you a blessed and thankful Thanksgiving. We are so aware of the many blessings we have been given this hard and eventful 2007. What a year. You have prayed us thru it and walked with us. Thank you and may your day be filled with joy and bountiful blessings.

Sue and family

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue,
I check it every once in awhile
just to make sure there's nothing
there :)
We are so very thankful for your gift
to us this past year in the form
of a seat on the side lines of
your tremendous journey with our
precious Lord.
Love you
Helen and Steve

Anonymous said...

We still check it, and we're thankful for you!! Many blessings to you and your family.

Love, the Hansen's -- Dale, Karen, Matt, and Taylor

Kevin said...

Hi Sue and all!

Thanks for the holiday wishes. Sure was good to see Jim a while back; what a miracle! Still praying for you as you transition to a "new" Jim!

Kevin Roe

Anonymous said...

Dear Helen, Steve, Kevin and the Hansen's,

Thanks so much for your loyal blogging. It is still encouraging to hear from you all.

The days are filled with good things and challanges. Our Thanksgiving was great. We all went to Jason and Netties. There were 26 of us in our immediate family. Wow! We took that multiply and divide thing seriously.

Love to all
Sue

Anonymous said...

Yes we still check this to get an update on you and your family being so far away it helps to keep updated. Sue when you have time e mail me at pammiller@thevillages.net we wish you a wonderful Christmas and family time. PETE & PAM

Linda said...

Sue and family, I just wanted to tell you how excited I am to hear how well Jim did and is doing. You all were the greatest and most supportive family. I hope Jim realizes how lucky he is. You never gave up...no matter what the Doctors told you..I love it when I get to follow the progress of someone I took care of. Sorry I didn't respond earlier, but I did keep up with his progress and smiled alot. Linda (one of his ICU nurses)