Saturday, January 22, 2011


Here are some fun pictures for you to enjoy! First we have found a tree covered in ladybugs. My older son took this wonderful picture of the ladybugs. However, we are all wondering if they made it or not as just a few days latter we experienced freezing rain.
Second, my littlest is tippin his hat and sayin "Howdy Ma'am" - I love it! I think little boys look so cute in cowboy hats, wranglers and denim cute!
Lastly we have a new friend...I'll call her "Molly". Can you tell what it is that we did? Isn't it funny! We were laughing so much it hurt.

Saturday, January 8, 2011

Not So Little Things....

Over the past year there have been many things we have missed but not until the Lord opened this door did I realize just how much we missed them.

I almost cried when I saw my youngest just relaxing on the couch watching the snow fall...we had school to do, lunch to clean up, laundry, boxes to unpack....busy, busy, busy...but my little guy was captured by something others might consider little or insignificant....being still.

I learned a whole lot in this moment. I was reminded of the scripture where the Lord says, "Be Still and Know That I am God" has been a long time since I was "still" in spirit and in physical, but at that moment I realized the Lord has given me a tremendous gift - a place to "be still and know that the Lord is God"!

The second picture is of my boys playing video game.

Thursday, January 6, 2011

A Picture Update....

Here are some pictures of our 14 year old birthday pie (wanted you to see the!!!!!!! What is a girl to do with blue????? I'm going to do a french cafe look in the kitchen), also wanted to share our new place with you...don't worry more to come this is just a glimpse into our new adventure!

Banana Split Pie - what a treat! If you want the recipe let me know. It is easy and fun to serve!
Like I said in my last post, we are still living up in the mountains, surrounded by beauty that I can see out every window...what a joy!

Pslams 144:12 -

That our sons may be as plants
and our daughters may be pillars sculptured in palace style.

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