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Garibay Soup: Just a Motivating Monday - Miracle

Sunday, September 6, 2009

Just a Motivating Monday - Miracle


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"An act of God was defined as something which no reasonable man could have expected."  ~Author Unknown


I was planning on something completely different for this Motivating Monday, something geared towards pregnancy loss since we just celebrated the 3 year anniversary of the loss of our baby, Mya.

I'm not going there today. Instead I want to talk about a miracle. On Friday I {wrote a post} on an accident that my friend's sister got into. An accident that resulted in the death of her husband and blood clots on her brain, a broken neck and more injuries. An accident that also involved a 3 month old baby girl.  I know, not very motivating, highly depressing, but there's a reason why I'm using this story for my Motivating Monday.  

We come upon moments in life where we are in desperate need of a miracle.  Things happen sometimes that leave us speechless wondering... how?  How is this possible.  My opinion... these miracles come straight from our Heavenly Father above.  
The car accident that happened on Thursday night somehow produced a miracle.  The miracle was that the baby was in her car seat, yet the seat belt came unconnected from the car.  The only thing wrong with baby  Cora is that she has a chipped toenail.  How that is possible?  Nothing less, nothing more than a miracle straight from above.  

Sometimes when we think that the impossible is impossible we're wrong.  Sometimes a miracle can happen right before I eyes.  I don't know how Cora is completely okay, I don't know how a lot of miracles in life happen, but the thing is they do.  

I'm going to say that we should never lose hope on anything in life, because we NEVER know when God will be there to pick up the pieces, put them together and create a masterpiece that we call our miracle.  

My continued prayers are with the Doshier & Alder families.  If you would like to express your prayers for the family please do so by going {HERE} to Katie & Ryan's personal blog.  It's heart breaking to see their happy pictures together and then to read of such a tragedy striking them.  They do update this blog with all news..... they need all the prayers that they can get.  Not only for the recovery of Katie, but also for the mending of all hearts for the loss of Ryan.



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5 Comments:

Blogger Stefany said...

You are right Amanda. The real problem (for me anyways) is to not give up hope and keep faith that God will stand in when I need him most.

September 6, 2009 at 7:41 PM  
Anonymous Diann @ The Thrifty Groove said...

What a tragedy. The family has my prayers.

September 7, 2009 at 12:49 AM  
Blogger DysFUNctional Mom said...

That is truly amazing! And yet so sad at the same time.

September 8, 2009 at 1:42 AM  
Blogger way outnumbered said...

Your blog is so precious! I saw your comments on my post at TexasChicks...you've made my day, I'm glad I could encourage you. I'm sure the sigma lens will be great, they have a fabulous reputation. I'd love to see what shots you get with it. I'll keep checking back to see your photos...which are lovely!

September 8, 2009 at 11:09 AM  
Blogger The Favorite Doshier's said...

Amanda, you have given me so much strength through all of this. I am so grateful for your friendship. this post puts a lot into perspective. We must always see the blessings behind our deepest darkest moments. thank you
i love you! I will call you tonight or come over
Autumn

September 9, 2009 at 12:16 PM  

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