My heart is swelled with blessings I cannot contain and my head is spinning with all the craziness. There is a smile on my face, probably equal parts joy and insanity. :)
I have a lot of pictures here, but it doesn't even begin to cover our week. Maybe in pieces I'll be able to share some of it...the amazing things God is doing.
Shaun was essentially MIA this week, so poor Aiden got woken up from nearly every nap. I was washing his sheets so he found a new setup.
Shaun and I were standing in the yard and Aiden was skillfully riding his bike. We asked him what he thought about taking the training wheels off. He was a little hesitant, but then ran and got the socket wrench, with the right size on it.
It was a good first time out.
Brent helped Avery get outfitted for a character at school.
These two read together for an entire hour together while R was in therapy and an older gentlemen was talking my ear off. He was originally from Maine and reminded me so much of Shaun's grandfather.
Get this....at 72 he and his wife took in two foster kids who they later adopted. The boys are 10 and 12 and he is 82. Can you imagine??
Sweetest little bunny.
BIG DAY! R got his learner's permit!
Women of Faith conference. I kept climbing and climbing, until I was on THE last row, all the way at the top of the civic center. When I turned around to sit, my knees got a little wobbly from the height.
Eventually I moved down to one of the dozen empty rows below me. Best available seats? Ah...no. :)
Day 2 of the women's conference, this time with three friends. I was thrilled to hear Angie Smith speak, as I've read a ton of her work. SUCH a good day.
Third Day performed...they are truly timeless.
Louie Giglio talk, which was part of the night. But Tomlin was quite impressive. He has an incredible smile and seemed to just be loving the night and what he was doing, feeding off the electric crowd.
And Louie G....I could listen to him ALL day long!