She sat on the edge. The edge of the mountains, which are formally called, the Rocky Mountains. With his arm around her, she consumed the beauty of the place she once called home. Now a foreigner, she watched as the birds soared in the pale light of the early morning sky. She could hear the … Continue reading A Birthday Poem from Elizabeth
I have to include this blog here, because it shows just how sweet my Anne girl is! She’s the one who is amazing!!!!! What mother wouldn’t love to have such a daughter?!!!! Continue reading A letter from Anne
Dear Mom, I’m so glad I can tell you about my day. Remember when I used to knock on your door at 11 or 12, to come and sit on your bed – and you NEVER said you were too tired to listen. What a great Mom I have . . . Today was a … Continue reading Strange, how I still feel so small . . .
Hi there sweet mother, We had a FABULOUS weekend. Not much rest and reading, like I had hoped, but great food, sweet fellowship, beautiful beaches and fun shopping. We were treated royally and I am just so thankful for these guys and their families that have been standing with us these 25 years. What … Continue reading For Mommy with love!
I’ve always said that my life is so much bigger than I am. I guess that’s true, because when you are following the Lord, and relying on His strength to get through the day, then it’s really possible to do more with Him, than I could have done alone . . . . . . … Continue reading Personal thoughts . . . . on the 9th of February, 2009
O.k., it was like this. It had been a long day. After 10 hours out of the house I arrived home exhausted. I lay on the floor, too tired to think, unaware of anything. After a while I realized that my sweet puppy, Shelley, was standing over me, intent watching, ready for any words of … Continue reading Golden Lessons
for Auntie Wendy! Continue reading Surprise Monkey Bread
This is incredible. In just a few days (Feb 11th), we will have lived in this house, in Georgia, in the UNITED STATES for whole year! I can hardly believe it. One year ago we had packed up all of our belongings, at Crossways Farm (Chepstow, Wales, UK), put them in a 40 foot seagoing … Continue reading Our first year in Georgia