Last weekend we had a fabulous time at a huge cookout with folks from church at the Huies, these people know how to fellowship!
I didn’t get too many pictures because I was busy fellowshipping, but here is one of Jeff (right), our son Josh (middle), and Kelly’s husband, Aaron.
Samantha, the young girl Olivia was a governess for came to spend the weekend. We’ve missed her so much!
Saturday morning Olivia, Emma, Cherish and Samantha tackled the nasty H.O.T job of scraping and painting the back side of the Sav-a-Life building.
Here is the finished project. Good job girls!
Summer is here and so is the need to be near water!
The girls are both so good about taking the kids to the lake.
I’m so thankful that our older kids understand and embrace the importance pouring into others.
I’m so thankful they understand that it takes all of us to be a family for these kids,
and it’s not just mom and dad’s responsibility.
Jeff managed to revive his old Ford pick-up truck, which we thought was a goner. Then Wednesday our van decided she needed some T.L.C… she is parked for a while. I told the kids I’m waiting to see how God is going to answer this need. lol… I’m sure being at home a lot we will get a lot done and spend less money; being down to one vehicle can be a good thing!!! right?
Humor at Our Home
Mom: “Why did Jesus descend into Hell?”
Cherish: “He had some business to do with Satan.”
Hayden at dinner:
“Wow LIV! This is good, I’ve never had burrrrrnt squash before!!!” (It wasn’t burnt, it was saute’-ed!)
Followed shortly by:
“I bet Emma could eat her WHOLE corn… but she won’t cause she doesn’t like the bone (cob)…”
Emma moans loudly from the livingroom.
Mom yells from her room: “Are you okay?”
Emma: “I need a man.”
Mom still in the other room: “No! You need the Lord.”
Emma: “A FAN! MOM! Not a man.”
Mom: “You still need the Lord. “