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Outside my window…the sun has set and the moon is trying to show itself through the clouds.

I am thinking…it’s amazing how God has blessed me with such amazing friends.


I am thankful...that even though we go through difficult times we are always in the center of God’s unfailing love. I'm also thankful for my friend's daughter who is coming tomorrow to stay for the week to help us out.


From the kitchen...was a wonderful meal prepared by the one and only Abner Snyder…corndogs and french fries. Delish. ;O)


I am wearing...a walking cast even though I’m still not able to bear weight on my ankle for at least 4 more weeks.


I am remembering...how I once took for granted the full range of motion in my ankles. However, I no longer take that for granted.


I am going...to yet another doctor’s appointment tomorrow. This time it’s for one of the kidlets though.

I am reading…or attempting to read...my daughter’s mind.


I am praying…for wisdom and right choices.


On my mind…sufferings of family members.


I am hearing...Phebe get a snack from the kitchen, Abner talking to Asher and acting quite silly to boot, the hum of my laptop, and the tick-tock of the clock.


Around the house...there is no evidence at all that I did spring cleaning just a few weeks ago.

Noticing that….people love to help, but I hate asking for it.


Pondering these words…Babe, I love you! I sure love my hubby!!!!


One of my favorite things...is seeing my children helping each other and making each other laugh.


A picture thought…me and the Phebster playing with babies.

2 comments:

Patricia said...

Precious picture with lots of smiles to go around. This is what memories are made of.

Stephanie said...

Hello there!
I just wanted to say hi to you and let you know how much I enjoy your posts.

I'm a cousin to your husband Jesse. (his great grandfather was my great uncle. He has helped me with some of the genealogy in the past when I came across his family tree online).

My heart goes out to you as I learned about the loss of your baby Uriah. I have lost 4 early pregnancies and even though they were never full term there's still a loss you feel.
I know their souls are pure and go back to His presence again where they wait for us.
God does bring us comfort and assurance that He is in control and knows what is best.

Much love to you,
Stephanie