The Beautiful Faces of the Families of My Girls —
Dorie appropriates a “stirrer” for a straw
Cousins play with their new cars
Alex wonders where his car went . . .
“Oh, there it is! I want it back!”
(There was a semi-peaceful resolution)
The kids find the stairway a good place to congregate
Thank God for Helping Hands!
Brothers in law and friends
Bethany and her girlies
Daddies enjoy their kiddoes
Ethan and Queena enjoy Bryan and Shamar
(These two young men were very engaging and polite)
Cherise’s Three Sons
Derrick gives motion to a fuzzy bunny
Ah, James-boy! All Sweetness and a big smile
Delaney finds a cozy place to perch
Don’t even ask. Because (honestly!) I don’t know.
April with the wonderful oreo cookie torte that she contributed to the dessert table
Dana and her David. Or is it David and his Dana?
Normie and her sister, Kathleen.
How thankful we are for God’s protection over Kathleen and her unborn baby
when she was involved in a traffic accident just four days earlier.
Mama and baby are both fine.
Forty people. Nine families. Eight churches represented.
These gals light up my life in so many ways.
They wrote kind and encouraging things to me for Christmas,
and gave me the gift of time away with the promise to care for my ladies
while Certain Man and I go to California sometime in the next few months.
You girls are the best, and I love you more than I can say.
May none of you ever forget that you are
Hold your heads high,
Your possessions loosely,
Your loved ones tightly,
And keep your hearts soft.
Heaven Knows we need more Godly Women in this world.
It is my prayer that every one of you will be known as such.