April 17, 2017
Sarah left at 6 a.m. this morning to drive back to Virginia Beach for college and I am leaving at 7 a.m. for a rheumatology infusion in Greenville.
Steve will be heading out to work in a bit while Summer will stay at home to guard the castle until we all return. It’s so reassuring to know that we have a (sort of) ferocious and (highly) fluffy watch dog on duty.
Since Sarah was home for the weekend, I scheduled her to work in the tech booth at church yesterday morning. I had to laugh when I walked in and saw this sight
Like mother, like daughter. I am alway kicking my shoes off on Sunday mornings.
We reprised a couple of the numbers from the drama in our service; Sarah was in charge of everything on the front screens.
Last evening, after a post-church lunch and a nap, she and Steve and I took a stroll along the boardwalk in downtown Manteo. It was a perfect Carolina spring day.
these two faces magically appeared in my computer. Is it just me, or are those kids really cute?
I especially loved these photos of those cute grandkids with their fabulous “other family” in Florida.
Doesn’t this just make you want to smile?
And lastly in my lineup of people I like to write about, here is Steve (looking just slightly demented), in his Easter drama beard and makeup.
And here he is, sans aforementioned Easter drama beard, preaching Easter Sunday morning. That is one mighty fine lookin’ fella!
I will be doing one final post about the Easter drama and Dare Challenge later this week and it’s going to be a good one. But for now, I will sign off and head on down the road.
Thrift stores, fuzzy socks
and conversing with my Yorkie
are all on the list of things I love.