Apr 13, 2007

Friday Fun


My sweet girls and I took a quick photo at the new church on Easter. Note that it was 40 degrees outside, but that didn't stop me from wearing my cute new Easter dress. I love red right now, and this dress was on sale at JCPenney. You should see the cute strappy sandals that I found at Payless to match. What can I stay... I'm a thrifty girl.










We had another house hunter yesterday, but they went with another home. I know I need to wait on the Lord and be patient. Thankfully if Skip needs to go to Victoria before the kids and I do, we have tons of relatives to stay with until I can join him.




I wanted to say a BIG THANK YOU for all the sweet emails and comments I've received about our upcoming move. I couldn't feel more love and support from all of you. I really am going to catch up on all the new blogs out there very soon. Sorry if I haven't been by to visit your site lately.

I'm sure many of you have heard of the serious health problems for two very beloved bloggers- Kelli and Heather. If you have not had a chance to catch up, please go here and here to find out specifics. There is going to be a fundraiser for Heather on April 18th at Boomama's site. I hope you will all join in to help this family in need of our prayers and resources.

11 comments:

Tammi said...

What a great picture of you and your girls. You looked so beautiful on Easter, I told mom you looked like a Barbie doll! You pulled off the 'summer dress in arctic conditions' with ease. For most of us, it was a real fashion emergency!

Connie Barris said...

What a beautiful picture....

And I love Elizabeth George... I also love the books written by her husband...

Have a wonderful weekend

Tiffany said...

I like your Friday Fun's. I may have to do some for my blog. This week the girls have managed to dress up thier brother like a kitty and I apprently I found pictures of Tobin underneath the table at easter eating handful of candy. Yep, me the mom was off drinking champagne with the growups. I'll have to share them later. You look great at easter. You don't look cold at all. I may have to just wear my easter dress this weekend. A post Easter celebration.
Oh, the book is awesome. Read it and loved it. It will answer alot for you.

Julie said...

LOVE your sweet little picture. You ALL look absolutely beautiful!
It was cold here too (well, you know, for Florida...) but I braved it and wore my Easter dress and strappy sandals as well. A girl's gotta do what a girl's gotta do.

Barb said...

Oh, what a beautiful photo of the three of you. Frameable!

I think we're all just really excited for you and Skip and the kids. And it's wonderful to know you have family to stay with if he has to go ahead without you. That's got to take a LOT of the pressure to sell the house off your shoulders.

I'm looking forward to hearing all about this new adventure in your lives.

Chappyswife said...

GREAT picture of you and your girls. That is definitely frame-worthy.

It sounds like things continue to line up for your family on the move. How exciting!

I don't think I have ever read Elizabeth George. May have to give her a try. Thanks for the recommendation!

Linda said...

You girls look just adorable!! Who would have thought we would have cold weather for Easter!!
Somehow I didn't realize you were moving that far from your present home. Are you going to a new church?
I'll keep praying for a buyer - for you and for us.

Penless Thoughts said...

Nice photo and dresses. I love that your open to public, private or home schooling!!!! I'd say that's definately being open and waiting on God.

JennaG said...

As everyone else has said--what a great picture of you and the girls. Love your dress--I looked at Penny's but don't remember seeing that one!

Karen said...

I LOVE the dress! Red is my new favorite color as well. I ended up making my kitchen red recently and love it. Your girls are beautiful!
Elizabeth George is a great author and I enjoy her books very much.

Have a blessed day!
Karen

Blessed Beyond Measure said...

Pretty girls - I too love Elisabeth George - grab everything she writes, I've heard her speak once and she's just wonderful.