Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Catching Up

I have so missed posting on here regularly.
This new life of ours has been so trying, I have not felt like doing anything.

But I resolve right now, I am putting that all behind me.
I will enjoy what God is doing, even when I don't understand it.

On that note, I have some catching up for you in pictures.

While I have been away from the blog, I have not been away from my camera.

So, away we go...

My Josh turned 12.
We celebrated with a pink cake (his current favorite color).
And shenanigans at Six Flags.

My daughter went to her first prom.
I got a little camera happy.
Sue me.

Josh is playing Little League now.
My heart skips a beat when I see him in his
little uniform playing the best sport in the world.

We celebrated Easter will coloring eggs, a black bear, and sword fights.

I love that my 16 year old is not ready to give up being a kid still.
Let them stay young as long as possible, I say.
Kids grow up too fast nowadays anyway.

The real celebration was at church where we worshiped God for His amazing gift
of Jesus' sacrifice.
It was wonderful to enjoy the day with fellow believers.
Alas, I have no pictures of the service.

And last, but not least, I got to enjoy some "alone" time with my sweetie
at a Rangers game and MercyMe concert.

I think we are all caught up now.
I vow to do better with my posting.

Hope you are all having a great week!!


  1. Liked the pictures of a re-cap of what has been going on in your life :)

    It is hard to adapt to something new, just hang in there, it will eventually all come together, but you are right, just trust in God!


    1. Thanks, Betty! Encouragement is always appreciated!

  2. I stumbled upon your blog--and I'm watching Army Wives on Netflix, so I had to comment. What a charming family! That cake reminds me of the ones my mom used to make when I was a kid. I always requested cherry cake because I liked the pink frosting.

    1. Hello, Stephanie! Welcome! I also watch Army Wives, it is good entertainment. Not much like reality, though some. But it makes good TV.