On the surface that sounds good. I mean, no more having to wake up extra early on a Saturday for practice (softball, baseball, basketball, football, etc.). I used to dread it as well but now i am beginning to realize just how precious this moment is. One day they will grow up and move on. The craziness of the schedule will be gone only to be left with quietness. Take advantage of the time spent with your kids. It goes away and once its gone, you are only left with the memories. Trust me, I am midst of this surreal feeling right now. God Bless. PJSLB
Well today is the day we are getting two new additions to the family! They arrive around late afternoon but the surprise will be after the dogs come. A few weeks ago a friend brought his liter of puppies for the girls to see. We told the girls to choose ONE dog. N chose one and K chose a different dog. We told the girls that we would dicide which dog will come home. Well my wife and I decided on getting BOTH dogs. Now the Christmas fun begins…
You see, N thinks that the dog will be for her sister, K. She is okay with that. On the other hand, K thinks the dog is for N and she is okay with that. What they don’t know is that we are getting both dogs! Its sweet that both girls are genuine in their happiness that the other is getting the dog they want. Thank you Lord for that.
Pictures coming tonight! God Bless -PJSLB
First of all, I need to apologize to the more than 1300 followers in over 100 countries for this entry but this is an entry I HAD to write about. As i said in the past, a big reason for making the move back to Georgia was for my daughters to be able to go to school at Tattnall Square Academy. One my my favorite events at Tattnall is the last week before Christmas break. It is just a festive atmosphere where you really feel the love that the school has for one another. Today was a day that showed the heart that Tattnall has for its community. For the last 30 years, TSA has been leading the charge in helping Kids Yul Love give toys to the less fortunate.
For our readers outside of the USA, I pray that this is a good representation of how a Christian school here fosters the next generation of Christian leaders. If you have some pictures as well, please share! We would love to see them