Running a tad late this morning, but still linking up with Deb at Breathing in Grace for
These kids are so lucky!
They get to enjoy boating in the middle of winter because their Oma lives on the lake in South Texas. Now they do look a little chilly here, however, just this past weekend, they were skiing!!! Wow!
Meanwhile, back here in our part of North Central Texas, it was cold enough for a sweater a couple of weeks ago and our church hosted a luncheon for us who serve. These luncheons are always nice and show appreciation to all the volunteers. I love serving my church and the people there ... especially the children. It is my privilege.
Brother being silly with his sweet sister.
We had a really fun time at our table!
One of our Hodgepodge questions Joyce asked the other day was whether we held on to old clothes that we were still wearing. That question reminded me of these for some reason. Does anybody remember the wraparound skirt? Mother made skirts for my sister and I was so proud wearing it. They were made of denim and they were our favorites for the longest time. We had a red checked blouse to wear with ours. I'm sure this was probably the pattern she used, but our skirts weren't reversible.
The two pics above are not my photos, but I am enjoying and saving them from a Facebook page that is so sweet.
Spring is springing here.
We are seeing redbuds, daffodils ... and weeds in the neighborhood.
Our jasmine are in full bloom right now.
let one out ...
and the others blindly follow suit.
One day ...
Thank You, Father.