Jason, Zach, and I brought in the new year at his grandparents' lake house. We spent several days there this week with his family. It was a relaxing time (for the women at least), but as always I can't help but think (especially during "down" times) that Reese should be right here with us. What I would give to instantly heal this pain that leaves me breathless.
Zach with Gran & G-Daddy
The men busy at work...there is always some work to be done at the farm.
Zach kept saying, "More, more!" on the four wheeler.
Grampie & Grammie with Z
Jason and I went to a movie last night. I love our little date nights. Thanks Gran and G-Daddy for watching Z. ; )
Yesterday I was thinking how the last day of the year was slipping right through my fingers - not that I would have done anything about it if I could. Reese is coming right with us into the new year, so I don't feel as if we are leaving her behind. I'm so thankful GOD does not leave me hopeless. Thank you for hoping and praying for us, too.
I will repay you for the years that the swarming locusts ate, the young locust, the destroying locust, and the devouring locust...
You will praise the name of Yahweh your GOD, who has dealt wondrously with you.
You will know that I am present...and there is no other.
Joel 2:25 - 27