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Hey everyone, it’s Seth.

Amber asked that I stop by here and let you know that she has not quit. She has taken a brief break to visit a family member that is ill.  I suppose she’ll be back here in a couple of weeks, so please check back soon (or subscribe in your reader and you’ll know exactly when she’s back at it).

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10 Comments

Aimee
Reply May 17, 2010

Please give Amber our love. I'm glad she hasn't quit. I love her writing.

Kelly Langner Sauer
Reply May 17, 2010

sometimes life has to be lived before it can be shared. I'm here too lately. I hope things will be all right.

Shannnon @nwaMotherlode
Reply May 17, 2010

Thinking of you, Amber.

Adventures In Babywearing
Reply May 17, 2010

I do hope all is well. MUCH love and hugs.

Steph

deb
Reply May 17, 2010

prayers for loved one health.

Faith Barista Bonnie
Reply May 17, 2010

My heart is thinking Amber right now. I hope you're as well as you can be, caring for a loved one. I will save a prayer for you today as our family bows our heads tonight at the table.

Ann Voskamp
Reply May 17, 2010

No--- Amber's a wrestler, a struggler, a truth teller and story weaver... not one to quit. Never Quit the Light, quit the joy, quit the wonder and the words and the now. Yes... pause. Sabbaticals and jubilees, for certain. But whatever of this place, Amber always presses on, her and her fine good man and those three strapping, happy boys, pressing hard after the God who pursues.

You Haines...
You know I think the world of you...
And Love you all...
Friends.

All my love always,
Ann

Sara Sophia
Reply May 18, 2010

We pause and wait..
Prayers and heart strings taut in the tie that binds.
We anticipate and sit at vigil knowing
it.will.be.ok.

You are mighty in ways you don't know.

May the love of our Lord be with you.

--Sara Sophia

Amber@theRunaMuck
Reply May 19, 2010

On my little phone here, all the way down in Alabama. My aunt, the one that is family glue, hasn't left the hospital, and we all need these prayers of her behalf. Thank you friends for encouraging me. Thank you.

Here in the South we used to say, Lord willin' a lot. I think it's time to reinstate that phrase. You in?

Lord willin I'll write here this coming Monday.

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