Do you have a few minutes?

If you do, go watch this film clip.

Thank you, Amy... for telling me about it. And to Shannon who linked Amy there.


  1. Wow...that was so well done. Our first son Jonah Ethan died from complications of Trisomy 18 in April 2002. He lived 5 minutes. What a treasure and a gift they had in their little boy. That was so neat to release 99 balloons for every day of Elliot's life.

  2. Oh, my sweet friend (mrs. "m")... I had no idea that was what your son Jonah had. 5 minutes? Oh, Sandi... I'm praying for your heart. How you must ache and long to see your precious son again!


  3. Awesome moving. Thank you for sharing.

    By the way, did you check out any of the other videos on that page?? Our pastor read "That's My King" once....but it gave me goosebumps to hear the original reading!


  4. Wow. I'm speechless (and in tears). What a moving video. I thank you for sharing it.

    Stacy, thank you for stopping by my blog yesterday and leaving a comment. I look forward to getting to know you better through your sweet blog. I'll be a regular reader.

    Adoption is very dear to my heart, as you might imagine. Your family will be in my prayers.

  5. Thank you so much for posting this video. I would like to share the link on my blog as well. I am in tears. Blessings, Diane

  6. Hi Stacy,
    Thank you so much for sharing that very moving video. I was sobbing as I watched it. What a precious little life.

    Thank you also for stopping by my blog and introducing yourself! I enjoyed visiting you over here and I will definitely be back!

    Have a blessed Easter!

  7. Beautiful! Thank you for sharing.


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