“Never forget what Jesus did for you. Never take lightly what it cost Him. And never assume that if it cost Him His very life, that it won't also cost you yours.”
~Rich Mullins

Oct 14, 2011

Catch up :)

Our crowded breakfast table at camp ;-)

Me having an "ah-ha" moment with David and the tripod

Adorable Ainsley!!!!!

Mr. C and his ever-present coffee!!!

The boys were sword fighting, and when I told them each to give me a "dramatic pose," this is what I got. I think they did great!!!





I love this picture......

She fell dead asleep on my lap during singing on Friday night. She slept the whole time we were in the cafeteria, and then I carried her back to their cabin and put her in her bed......and she never woke up! So cute!

A very intense game of "Set."

The whole group!!! I love our church so much, and I am so grateful for all the people there. God has blessed us tremendously!!!!!

If you want to see all my Family Camp pictures, I am slowly uploading them all to Photobucket. They are not all up yet, but they are at www.photobucket.com/familycamp11

After we got home, we started working with horses, and got all excited about our herd. So, we made hoodies with our farm name embroidered on them! They turned out beautifully. I used a picture of my mare, Justine, driving and silhouetted it for the shirt. They are so cool........

This is the picture of Justine that the silhouette came from.

We have a show coming up that we are working horses for. I am really excited.

Everything is basically going on as normal here. We are loving the break in the weather, and have been doing tons of outside things. School and piano are going well. I have a piano competition coming up that I am working for. Playing Mozart's Sonata in cm, K457 & a piece called Etincelles by Moszkowski. Both are very fun pieces. Next on my list to learn is Chopin's Revolutionary Etude!!!!! Can't wait!!!! I have always wanted to learn that piece.

We got to see Courageous. What an incredible movie!!! We had a wonderful time going with some friends. The movie is hilariously funny, heartwrenchingly sad, and has an encouraging, Christ-honoring message so seldom seen on the TV screen. 5 out of 5 from me!!!!!

I got to do one of the most amazing things in my life last week. I got to see a human baby born! The wonderful H family was blessed with a new baby girl, and I was so blessed to get to witness her birth. What a miracle! When she finally came, I just got this overwhelming urge to cry...it was so incredible. I will post pictures of her later. They named her Charity and she is a doll. I will never forget that experience.

God has blessed me and my family so tremendously! I am so grateful to Him!!!!

For the King and His Kingdom!!