Well, I had hoped this fall would be less hectic than last year, however that has not really proven to be the case. But, I am learning to give thanks in all circumstances and to thank my Lord for what each day brings. He can teach me some stuff on my bad days!!! Father-in-love is still in rehab recuperating and gaining his strength back from open heart surgery and my sweet man has been battling a kidney stone from Hades for the past few weeks. ARGH! But he is on the mend now.So what have we been up to in the midst of all our issues:
Lots of cross country racing. Baby girl gets faster each and every week. Notice she sped past that girl and beat her! She set a personal best last weekend. Run child run! State Championship coming up in two weeks. Our girls have a great shot at winning.
Lots of Trick-or-Treating with a cute little lion!
He doesn't respond to "Cheese" but "Show me your smile" gets him all lit up! He loves suckers!
Lots of loving on my sweet family.
Lots of "scary" spook trails at Mimi and Old Paw's Halloween party. It is a lot less scary in the daylight!
Lots of hayriding without the hay - weather has been too dry for anyone to sell any! That is one darling Spiderman!
One minute my sweet grandpeep Connor was there and the next he vanished and here was SPIDERMAN!!!!
I am glad October is over. I am anxious for this month of November and all the feelings of thanksgiving that we have to experience. I really love Thanksgiving. We have so much to be thankful for this year. I hope you will start preparing now to thank our Lord for everything He does but more importantly we need to remember to thank Him for Who He Is. A Great and Mighty Savior who is everything to me.