Here are some recent pictures I thought I’d share.
My husband took my daughter hiking in East Tennessee a couple of weeks ago. They had so much fun! I was a little nervous about the trip and not being with them. It was originally planned as a family trip, but I could not walk when the time came, and my son decided he would stay with me and take part in school and church activities that were planned for that weekend.
These are the kinds of pictures they sent to scare me throughout the weekend:
|warning sign for bears!|
|looks like she’s falling off the mountain!|
|They emailed this with a caption “Look what we saw” – it was actually a picture they took from a book!|
But they actually had a great time!
|on a hike|
|horseback riding where they actually DID see a bear!|
Moving on to other things…
My sister-in-law (pictured below) brought me these last week. I thought they were cheery, and they smelled so pretty.
I have a 14-year old! My mom gave the party since it was only 3 days after my surgery. I hope he felt celebrated! I’m thankful for our sweet families (my mom, my husband’s parents, and his brother’s family are all local) who have been so supportive and helpful.
I’m also thankful for my sweet neighbors and friends who have prayed for me and brought us dinner, giving my mom a break. What an unexpected gift!
This also reminds me how wonderful everyone at work has been to support me through this last month. They have all been so kind and helpful. I’ll never forget my friend getting the church wheelchair to get me to my car one day when things were so rough! 🙂 We will surely laugh of that again in years to come!
I started this post just looking for a few recent pictures to share, but am ending it full of gratefulness for God’s provision of loving friends who have called, emailed, sent cards, and prayed over the last month. What a blessing and encouragement! And I’m grateful for His protection and care over my family as they traveled. Thank you, Lord!
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love to you carolyn, beautiful photos. time goes by so quickly, praying for your knee tonight.