A River House, Twirling, and Kayaks

This morning Steve and I had a most delightful walk together – twirling. That is our name for a walk where we can’t walk out to a destination and back but rather walk cul-de-sacs, dead ends, or hotel parking lots. Usually twirling walks are not our favorite kinds of walks, but this morning’s twirling walk was wonderful.

We have been blessed by being allowed to stay our three nights in the Spring Hill, Florida area, in the river house that belongs to a kind family who offered it for our use. This house is directly facing a river inlet near the Gulf, which is a great delight to our family from Kansas.

Right now most of the family is enjoying the kayaks provided for visitors’ use. I was happy to stay at the house to take photos of the kayakers and write a blog post. Our morning walk was up and down the little streets that line the fingers of the river inlet.

Steve and Mary heading out.
Steve and Mary heading out.
There they go!
There they go!
Out on the river...
Out on the river...

Although Steve spoke several times at the church in Arkansas, tonight is our first normal evening conference night. We are excited to be once again sharing what the Lord has put on our hearts with which to encourage other families.

Trusting in Jesus,

“But his delight is in the law of the LORD; and in his law doth he meditate day and night. And he shall be like a tree planted by the rivers of water, that bringeth forth his fruit in his season; his leaf also shall not wither; and whatsoever he doeth shall prosper” (Psalms 1:2-3).

4 thoughts on “A River House, Twirling, and Kayaks”

  1. I enjoy your photos and stories, and also see the Scripture at the end tie into the post. 🙂

    Just wondered if you have considered removing a few older posts from the ‘bottom’ so it’s a bit faster to load. Just a thought!

    Stand fast in the Lord,
    It’s true Amy. The problem is that we wanted a month at a tme and if we are traveling for people to easily see all the posts of the trip. That was the intention, but it is possible we have been lax in archiving. Thank you for the encouragement.

    In Christ Jesus,

  2. hi teri. i just want to say that i am waiting to meet you and your family here in atlanta. you’ve been a real role model for me. We are first generation and it’s been really hard. but the Lord is so precious, and i believe he is preparing a new generation of wives and mothers for the healing of the family, and i’ve been so bless with your family and you. thank you and sorry for my writing (english is my second language and i’m still learning)
    God bless you.

  3. I’m guessing it’s a turtle. Thank you for keeping us updated on your trips. I enjoy reading your adventures. Thank you for being salt and light!

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