me and Laura.

This is a picture of me and my friend Laura who is really like a combination of an aunt/big sister to me. She is another hero of mine. She has helped me out so many times. She is always quick to serve and watch the kids and was even willing to drive up to PA on two separate occasions to care for Libby during medical emergencies with Samuel. The first time she took Libby back to VA and cared for her there. The next time she drove up with her 3 kids and took care of Libby at our home.

Laura- you're amazing. I never stop thanking God for you! Thank you for caring for me and for my family. Thank you for loving me so practically. I am blessed to have you as my friend! Your example of motherhood is such a source of encouragement in my life. Thank you for all the times you've given me French manicures. Thanks for partaking in the sacred Chocolate Tall Cake ritual. Thanks for all the times you've baby-sat my kids. Thanks for doing fun things with Libby like taking her to the zoo and to Busch Gardens. My Libby Anne Hope sure loves her "La-la" and so do I!
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wendy said…
Ok, well I am going to second all that from the western front! Thank you Laura for your humble example of serving and loving the Lord in all you do. I want to be just like you when I grow up. I miss you and your family lots!!!
Great pic by the way, of you both!
Marie Hughes said…
Great post Jenn! It's kind of a joke among some friends that Laura is perfect to which she just rolls her eyes and walks away. Perfect house, perfect kids and perfect hair (the whole family does actually). She is a dear friend and is great but aside from her perfections is that she is always thinking of and serving others. She is a perfect example of a Titus 2 woman, she has much to offer by her example and godly wisdom and experience. You are very blessed to have her in your life.
Michelle said…
Awww... Laura. I like Laura.... :-)
Katherine M. said…
I agree with Wendy. I want to be like Laura when I grow up:) She is beautiful all the way through. She's been such a dear and faithful friend to your mom especially.

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