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Have you ever thought about what the Bible says concerning parents? Most people know about the commandment set forth in Exodus. "Honor thy father," but the Bible says plenty more than that. During the time of the Bible, family was the most important thing in everyday life. The family had a definite structure. In Proverbs 1:8-9, the unknown official author says this: “Hear, my son, your father's instruction, and forsake ...
... were getting - mine was ok but Joy ended up with 2 plates of food!
Lost 66 a couple of times but most of the day it has been running close to the Interstate. 250 miles travelled today as we had a bit of a slow start.
We are now in Kansas having left Cuba this morning, passing through Lebanon and Carthage. Also another Springfield and this one is the home of the Simpsons as the signs said so!
Sunday morning weather was cold but clear this morning, a nice change from the storms of yesterday.
I started my day by picking up Kya, Sadie, Bradly and Maddie and taking them to church. Kya was a big help this morning, fixing coffee and helping prepare and then serve juice for the
Marc fed the congregation again this morning, before the ...
... hands with all the coaches and
congratulated them on their fine work with these kids.
The other 5 grandkids were there and had to sit on the sidelines with us and watch the game.
They are not allowed to run around and play during the game.
The storm did not let up, and the other games for the day were called off. Bradly and Sadie had to get their team pictures taken, so Marc and ...
... and managed to get the grandkids to pose for a couple of special shots today. Pam had picked up Joy’s baby today so we had the baby along for our park visit.
After spending about an hour around the fish hatchery and letting the grandkids feed the fish, we took a small hike up the deer leap rock trail. I got a couple of pictures from the top of the trail and some good exercise keeping up with the ...