Are we there yet??

HAVRE, MONTANA
This log (thesis) begins when Peter, Cooper and Glenda leave our home in White Pine, MT and head to Kalispell, normally a 120 mile journey that takes, oh, 2 1/2 hours. We’re meeting up with the 2 “lower in vocal range” gentlemen that live there and heading to Havre, Montana, for a Sunday morning Church service!! Come on along!!

Friday, November 7th, 2008

  • 10:09 a.m. cough cough…, puddles, wet dogs good bye

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  • 10:30 a.m. checkin tires and popcorn at Les Schwab
  • 10:39 a.m. gasoline $2.13/gal. and potty (we’ve not even gone 15 miles) “ev’body’s gettin out their big rigs, now”
  • 10:50 a.m. passed 19 dead trains from Plains train wreck last month. Come get yer soy beans.
  • 12:36 p.m. arrived Kalispell with Peter spittin and sputterin and aggravated once again, he loves the city, and shopping….. 🙂

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Prayer coveted

As the Lord brings Sebrina Palmer, a 10 year old to mind, PLEASE pray for her and her family. They are living with her tumor and seizures.  As I write (the week of Sept. 22nd) her and her Mom are in Seattle undergoing more tests to read seizure activity.   I will post a portion of Sharon’s recent report to us about her daughter’s possible path to health:

Sebrinas first brain surgery is set for October 16-23rd and then the next week will be the second surgery if all goes well.
Please be in prayer about all this. This is a big decision and we want the Lord to just guide our every decision!!!! The seizure medicine is failing again. The surgeon told us that we are running out of options with the medicine. If we let the seizures continue it will lead to brain damage.
I will not go into details about the surgery but as with any surgery there are things to consider. We just ask you all to pray for our family. Thank you!!!!
God is Good!!!
Love in Christ,
The Palmers

Psalm 31:24
“Be of Good Courage, and He shall strengthen your heart, all ye that hope in the Lord”.

August 2008 Newsletter

August 2008

Hello folks! Let me start this month’s newsletter with a tremendous thank you to all of our small, but mighty group of fans that continue to shower us with support. Last month was our annual “homecoming” and what a time that was! There is no crowd better than a home crowd. We love you all! 

For my father and I, this month is a month that we always look forward to. As we have for the past three years we are able to go to Lousiville KY for the National Quartet Convention. We cannot wait to sit back and enjoy hearing all of our favorite groups. To us, Southern Gospel music houses the greatest singers and musicians the world has ever seen. Do keep us in your prayers as we travel while time is short and money is tight. 

As my favorite season approaches Accounted For looks ahead to our much anticipated New England trip in October. It will be our second time around and we’re thrilled to death to be coming back to our family, friends and THE most beautiful fall colors in America. 

As I leave you I must continue to humbly ask for prayer for this group. And if I may, please keep Dana and I in your specific prayers. No need to fear, but some extra strength could be greatly used during these emotional few weeks. We remain assured that all is well because we have not forgotten that our God is real. 

By His Grace, 

Petie 

PS: It was great to see our friend Ken Overcast at the Sanders County Fair this past week. We had the privilege of sharing the stage with Ken over in Malta a few months ago. Check out Kens website!