A little labor and a lot of fun

Today was a wonderful, relaxing day for our family. Well, most of the day was relaxing; I spent the first half of it scaling Mt. Washmore. Six loads later, I was ready for some fun. We went over to Grandma and Papa's house for the afternoon. All the kids took turns riding on the four-wheeler. There are no pictures of Lil' Nut because she was riding with the photographer (me). The lake was very calm, so we took the boat out for a ride. Mickey took this picture. Lil' Nut took this one. I love this one! A penny for her thoughts... After such an enjoyable day I feel ready to head back to school tomorrow and tackle the pile of papers waiting on my desk. :) ETA: I want to thank all of you who lifted my friends up in prayer during their time of sorrow and left such sweet comments on my post. There was a private burial yesterday with just the immediate family in attendance. One of my favorite things about blogging is how we can unite in prayer for people we've never met, and the Lord knows all the details.

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Monday, September 07, 2009
A little labor and a lot of fun
Today was a wonderful, relaxing day for our family. Well, most of the day was relaxing; I spent the first half of it scaling Mt. Washmore. Six loads later, I was ready for some fun. We went over to Grandma and Papa's house for the afternoon. All the kids took turns riding on the four-wheeler. There are no pictures of Lil' Nut because she was riding with the photographer (me). The lake was very calm, so we took the boat out for a ride. Mickey took this picture. Lil' Nut took this one. I love this one! A penny for her thoughts... After such an enjoyable day I feel ready to head back to school tomorrow and tackle the pile of papers waiting on my desk. :) ETA: I want to thank all of you who lifted my friends up in prayer during their time of sorrow and left such sweet comments on my post. There was a private burial yesterday with just the immediate family in attendance. One of my favorite things about blogging is how we can unite in prayer for people we've never met, and the Lord knows all the details.

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5 Comments:
Blogger Mrs. Julie Fink said...
glad to read about you and your family enjoying a good day.

Blogger Missy said...
i love how green it is there! beautiful. looks like you had a wonderful day....:)

Blogger Faith said...
I am sorry to hear about your friends' loss. I will lift them up in prayer, too.
ANd your day sounds like it was super. We spent most of it traveling back from the beach house in LOTS of traffic...but from Thursday nite until monday a.m. we had glorious weather and fellowship with friends and family and the traffic makes it all worth it.

Blogger Alesha said...
I just LOVE all the pics!!! Looks like it was a relaxing day, for the most part. Hopefully the rest of the week will be more relaxed because of all that laundry you got done. : )

Alesha

Blogger Mrs. Michele B said...
Wonderful pictures! I'm glad you all had such a lovely Labor Day.

I am *so sorry* to read about your friend's loss, I pray that the Lord will comfort the family's hearts like only He can.

{{{Gentle Hugs}}}
~Michele

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