What a special weekend as we got to meet Team GCC, five guys from my alma mater, Grove City College, who are cycling across America from Seattle to NYC to raise money for a needs-based diversity scholarship! Mack Lloyd (shown above) is a friend from our church, so it was especially great to have him home for the weekend before the last leg of their journey. Please check out their website and blog – their stories of God’s incredible grace and provision throughout their journey were amazing! – and consider donating.
And the good news is, the tooth fairy remembered (all be it in the middle of the night!) to make her appearance last night. She was a bit delinquent last time, but thankfully Pippa was more than gracious with her when her money appeared a day late and doubled in quantity!
… Or did he just get even cuter???
* For authenticity’s sake, I should tell you these two pictures were taken at two different parks a couple of weeks apart, but they do pretty well sum up how we’ve been spending our days whenever weather permits lately. Life is good.
What this picture *doesn’t* tell you is that Miss Bea was sticking out her tongue in just about every other picture I took, and that Little Man is so full of hugs and kisses he can’t contain himself. Stereotypes… I’ll tell you!
Just because she wasn’t in yesterday’s post at all, and because, like I said, she’s sweet.
The little girls and I were blessed to have a two-day visit from Megan. There was a lot of story-reading and chatting and popcorn and Christmas cake and oh, so much yarn! Thanks for keeping us company, dear friend!
(Megan's a trouper. This is a looong book full of old British language. She never even flinched when the girls asked her to read it. Love her!)
(Extra bonus: Another installment of beautiful photographs of our girls. Sweet!)