Thursday, May 29, 2008
Hello Dear Ones:
We have been celebrating quite a bit in our house lately. We started last week with my wonderful hubby's birthday. Below is a picture of a fun night out with our awesome friends. Thank you guys for being there for us.
We wondered if the Celebration would go on because Zion started the weekend in a lot of pain. He had a swollen eye and an earache. Our dear friend Dr. Rob came by for a house visit and called in some antibiotics for us which made a quick, huge difference. He doesn't look like he was socked in the eye anymore. Thank you Rob once again.
After some recovery time Zion was able to go back to school and had his first in school birthday celebration with his class. Up until now school has been out before his birthday so this was a nice treat for him to share with his friends.
As usual we had a rockin' birthday party at home last night. Fritz came and led worship. This has been a tradition for us since we have known our dear Fritz. I asked Fritz years ago if he would be willing to do this for us. It is just one way we can Praise Jesus for the awesome blessing of our children. Thank you so much Fritz.
And our whole family is celebrating the last of school today. The boys could not have a more awesome school situation and we love being a part of it. Still Summertime is our FAVORITE! WOO HOO!
Tuesday, May 27, 2008
This morning I woke up and was hit by a thought. Today is a last day of sorts. The last official day with my Woo Doo (Canaan) as I have known it. You see tomorrow we will go to school to help celebrate Zion's birthday with his class. Thursday is a half and last day of classes before summer break. These are both days I am looking forward to mind you, I LOVE when my boys are all home, but still I realized the significance of today.
Thank you Jesus for what you have given me. That I have been able to spend all this time at home. My heart would have literally broke in two if I had missed it. Thank you for my precious Canaan. My only complaint is it has gone way to fast. I will miss him tremendously next year, as my little sidekick, who makes me laugh daily, goes off to kindergarten.