Friday, December 5, 2008

Posting for a Post Sake

Just thought I owed a new post to those who actually read. Hey...if you are reading, can you comment so I know who cares what I talk about on here?! (Thanks to those who regularly add your two cents to my rantings. Makes me feel all warm and fuzzy to know someone cares about what we do, think...or is just curious.)
Saying goodbye to Grandma and Papa
While they were here we went to Cabela's in Ft. Worth. They have tons of stuffed animals (dead ones that are stuffed, you know). Sorry, the twins just did not want to be cooperative.
Asa & Jenna got to hang out at preschool on the Thursday before Thanksgiving while I helped prepare food for the preschool's "feast" of celebration. They had a blast.
Isn't that just the cutest turkey made of fruit?
We are busy practicing with our team in preparation for our trip to India in January. We get to lead a trip with 6 GFA School of Discipleship students. We are learning some songs to sing when we are at Bridge of Hope centers (children centers) and then some to sing for the adults. We are learning the moves to "Every Move I Make" here.

We'd appreciate prayer as we prepare for our around the world adventure. Pray for me & Joel, Carly, Brenda, Pauline, Emily, Shawn, and Danny. Team unity, open hearts, safe travels, our kids while we're gone...those are good topics.

We will be putting up some outdoor Christmas lights soon. We got a box of used ones and are excited to get all lit up! I trimmed the hedges and raked the front yard today so we can decorate this weekend. Maybe I'll get some good shots this weekend.

We're getting ready to head to All Night Prayer. What an honor to go before the Lord and intercede for our missionaries and all the things that are a part of reaching the lost in Asia!


  1. I'm here, enjoying your blog and praying for you! :)

  2. I check in regularly, too!

  3. Yes, I read. Very much so. And I didn't know you guys were going to India! That's cool.

  4. I love looking at your blog and try to weekly!

  5. The kids are getting soooo big :-)