Here she is, looking all contemplative.
Oh, and she ate some sand, too. I'll have to make sure that all of her future boyfriends are completely aware.
... and being thrown into the ocean.
We've also gone for a bike ride, with another planned for tonight. The girls loved it, even if they don't appear too enthused here. We hadn't actually started out yet. Ella had this death grip thing going on until we were under-way.
This is the last post of my one-year commitment to blogging. That doesn’t mean that I’m not going to blog anymore, but since our internet is inconsistent at best, I probably will take a break until we have regular access. I hope to return to my Bible Study blog at that point as well. I will post any news we get as far as jobs and moving plans. We still have nothing except for a few nibbles that we hope will turn into one, big, insanely clear answer in the affirmative.
It’s been a crazy year. The girls have developed and grown from infant and toddler to toddler and preschooler. We went from considering missions to planning for missions to training for missions to supporting missions stateside. We moved from Kentucky to Alabama to Virginia, and back to Alabama again. I never thought that we’d end up where we are when I began this journey. Our King did, though, and He knows exactly where we’re going, and why this bump in the road is necessary to get us there. There’s nothing like knowing the One who maps out every road, with every bump and curve planned ahead of time. 24 was a good year, and now it’s time to look to 25. Let’s just see where this year takes us.
See you in the blogosphere!