It's easy to get caught up with the hustle and bustle of the holiday season and lose sight of what's important. It's not the gifts, food, or the decorations it's the relationships we celebrate. It's the desired relationship that was the starting point for this season. Nothing brings that point closer to home then when someone we know faces circumstances which are life threatening.

In October, we had an unexpected event like this. Keith suffered a brain bleed and had an emergency craniotomy and another one several days later. He spent a little over 5 weeks in the hospital, the last two weeks he had to relearn how to swallow, talk, walk, and other things we take for granted.

We are blessed for the progress in his recovery and are happy to announce he returned home on November 23rd. Watching Keith going through what he has reminds us what is truly important. Keith is in great spirits and is excited about his prospects and what God will do in the coming year. Thank you for your prayers and good wishes.

According to Keith, he considers you one of the greatest gifts he has received. We hope you have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

December 08, 2022 — Kristin Allison