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Oct 29, 2007 @ 7:19 AM Giving up    
sealacamp


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Prospect? Ya'll trying to make me nervous or what? If the Lord allows us to have children then so be it, I am not opposed to it but I have not "planned" anything yet.

S
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Dec 11, 2008 @ 4:19 PM Giving up    
sealacamp


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We celebrated our first anniversary on October the 20th. Christine's health was vastly improved after her heart surgery. The hospitals let most of the bill go after much discussion and threats as well. We went from 35,000 down to about 3,000. So the Lord looks out for us still even when dealing with the system. You see we offered to pay the bill but the hospital just threw it out.

So now this is our second Christmas together and I can not begin to tell you how blessed we are even with the current issues that our nation is dealing with. I want to thank everyone that encouraged me while all of this was going on and let you all know just where we stand now. Even though this has not been easy it has been worth it all. Christine has passed the hoops that immigration has thrown at her and all of her documentation is legal now. So the attorney fees are gone, her health is repaired, the hospital bills are under control and so life goes on.

Sometimes it seems as if nothing will work out and that it is all too hard and just when the storm is raging at it worst a voice says be still and the clouds break while the sun comes out. It is all too much to take in never the less it is life in this world at its best. Tempest or calm it all changes and we come through it better people.

Sealacamp
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Dec 11, 2008 @ 8:26 PM Giving up    
Angel178


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You are both very blessed!
I couldn't be happier for the both of you!
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Dec 11, 2008 @ 11:10 PM Giving up    
Snappygoddess


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Oh that's so sweet.. congrats to you both
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Dec 12, 2008 @ 9:48 AM Giving up    
Heaveninawildflower


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Hi Seal!

Glad to hear things are going well...'the clouds that appear the darkest on the horizon are the ones the wind will blow away..."

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Dec 12, 2008 @ 10:58 AM Giving up    
Loreli


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I am so happy for the 2 of you...I'm glad she's better
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Dec 16, 2008 @ 12:23 AM Giving up    
mystery2u888


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Seal.........your wonderful.............
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Nov 1, 2009 @ 3:36 PM Giving up    
ServantOfChrist2


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Your testimony is truly encouraging.

I know you'll never read this sealacamp, but you have served as a source of encouragement for me my friend.
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Nov 3, 2009 @ 5:19 AM Giving up    
mystery2u888


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I bet he comes back....he comes in an out ..........servant
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Mar 16, 2010 @ 4:41 PM Giving up    
sealacamp


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Actually mystery I wasn't planning on coming back and I have no doubt that many here welcomed that. Frankly I was/am tired of the bickering, hair splitting, fussing, and general misguided view of many people in this world, this site being a microcosm of the entire planet. But after reading your post and my friend servants post it would seem that I may have served some sort of beneficial purpose after all. So I guess I can put aside some of my views and it would seem that the site has decided to put some of them away as well since some threads seem to have disappeared. So maybe, hopefully the environment is better now that it was. BTW I now have a 4 month old daughter so my life has changed quite a bit and I have been very very busy. Any way hello and I look forward to new exchanges with my friends.

Sealacamp
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Mar 16, 2010 @ 6:42 PM Giving up    
ServantOfChrist2


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Congratulations Papa Seal!!

You remain in my morning prayers.
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Mar 16, 2010 @ 11:45 PM Giving up    
MrPaul


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I now have a 4 month old daughter so my life has changed quite a bit
What a blessing from the Lord. Congratulations to both of you
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Mar 19, 2010 @ 5:25 PM Giving up    
Heaveninawildflower


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Congratulations and very best wishes for future joy to all of you!!
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Mar 19, 2010 @ 8:53 PM Giving up    
Loreli


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Congratulations!
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Mar 20, 2010 @ 6:21 PM Giving up    
sweet5red


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aww congrats......
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Apr 4, 2010 @ 2:43 AM Giving up    
mystery2u888


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Yeah Seal .........Congratulations
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Apr 27, 2010 @ 12:51 PM Giving up    
beckyiv42000


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Wow Seal how wonderful..congratualations!!!!!! even tho we pick at each other on here I truly am happy for your wonderful blessings.. may you always be blessed ...
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May 3, 2010 @ 1:20 PM Giving up    
sealacamp


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Wow Seal how wonderful..congratualations!!!!!! even tho we pick at each other on here I truly am happy for your wonderful blessings.. may you always be blessed ...

Well you never cease to surprise me that is for sure. Thanks for all the well wishes. Chrystal is 6 months old now and will be eating her first solid food this week. Those that have had children before my sympathy level has been adjusted now since I have endured 6 months of normal child problems and crying. Patience is a virtue and it is something that I am learning to expand as well.

S
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May 4, 2010 @ 1:26 AM Giving up    
SpiritOrnery


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Yep, children do teach us a lot. Glad to read all the wonderful news, Seal.
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Jul 28, 2011 @ 7:24 AM Giving up    
sealacamp


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For those that may be interested, Chrystal is a year and a half old now and two days ago Christine was busy with chores and I was working in my office when Chrystal brought me a gift. It was three small pieces of rubber shaped like miniature chocolate chips, I had to put on my glasses because I thought that is what they were, and a small square piece of plastic with dimples on one side and markings on the other. I thought that this looks familiar what the heck it is? So I got up to see where she got it and found several more on the floor, along with some small white plastic squares and circles. So at that point I figured they might be keys from a keyboard so I looked at Christine's lap top only to find that Chrystal had removed several keys, and springs, and the little rubber bumpers underneath. We weren't expecting that but she is curious about everything. When the kids are around you have to lock it down, but I never knew to what extent that was necessary. Now I know.

S
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