Friday, October 26, 2007

Just a Family Update

Hello all!! No pictures today, no great news to tell of, no in-depth housework to speak of (which is quite noticeable), no broken bones to tell about!!! Just usual ordinary life going on.

Ashley is into the serious practicing for the High School Christmas Play so she is very busy with that as well as the usual practice for the Singing Tree our church does. The dreaded "Drivers License" test is coming up so hopefully that will go well!!

Carrie is currently walking around in a walking cast for another 3 weeks. There were some torn ligaments but the doctor felt that the cast and therapy would take care of things so we are all thankful that no surgery is needed. She is to hopefully hear about a possible job today so she is really excited about that.

We haven't heard from David in about 9 days now so that is somewhat discouraging in some ways. In other ways, the old adage that "no news is good news" is definitely the case here!! We try to just keep busy and keep the letters going!! I send him a box one week and Christa sends him one the next!! It's actually kind of fun trying to find fun unique things to send him!

Dave and I are busy trying to keep up with life in general. One thing about it - there is never a dull moment in our house! For instance, if you think about it you can say a prayer for us!! We will have a house full of teenagers tonight!! Why? I really can't tell you - it's just the meeting place for the evening! Should be interesting to say the least!

See - nothing big to brag about, no great and wonderful things happening - EXCEPT....God still loves me and I still love Him and that makes all the difference in the world!!!!!


Vonnie said...

Good post... just nice to keep in touch!!

floridabozonebunch said...

I am glad that every week isn't full of broken bones and crazy stuff. I am looking forward to the High School play. That is one activity that we never miss--they do such a nice job. I found it interesting when I got my November calendar last week. Two of the Christmas events are before December. If we keep going at this pace, we might have Thanksgiving in October next year.