Merry Christmas to my friends and family. It's been more than a year since I've regularly blogged but I'd like to try again. I get asked many times to update my blog...especially by my family. They say, "We need you to blog so we know what we're doing!" Well, this Christmas I got a new and improved camera, so here goes.
I have to warn you though...we updated our internet explorer and now I get warnings popping up that my current IE is not compatible with Blogger's IE...or something like that. We'll see.
Sarah is also teaching swimming 3x/week down at St. Mary's College in St. Mary's City. She loves it. In between she babysits for lots of friends and family.
Maggie is doing fantastically well. PTL We appreciate all our friends who pray for her regularly. Maggie is back to raising her honeybees and doing all the many hobbies she loves. She even drives herself to therapy! This past year Maggie has been sewing a lot with recycled jeans, so I'll be sure to do a post on that.
Allen is still spending a lot of time on his ham radio. He has built quite the computer set up thanks to freecycle. He's also playing a lot of banjo.
This year on November 12th, I ran down to the basement to put a log in the woodstove...but I tripped over the vacuum on the concrete floor. I ended up with a fractured elbow and wrist, and two bruised kneecaps. My right arm was dislocated. I felt like one big bruise! I'm almost healed now with just a brace on my left wrist. I am very thankful at how little I ended up being broken. PTL
Simba thought it would be funny to wear a fake mustache. If you know my family, you'll understand. :-)
...and her dress that has a button that lights up her dress. So cute.
My nephew Dustin and his girlfriend Hayley.
So that's a glimpse into our lives today. Now that everyone has part time jobs and schooling, I'm rediscovering the vacuum and dishwashers. I wasn't told about this part of the deal!
This year ends with me being one very thankful momma. My children are healthy and living godly lives. Our times together have become fewer but more precious.
Many blessings ~ Kathie