In Omaha

It’s a cloudy, cool morning. As I woke up, I heard birds chirping outside the bus walls. Little buds are on the trees, and the magnolia trees boast pink flowers. We’re back to spring!

We plan to do music at my grandma’s nursing home this afternoon, and then we’ll be heading to the church after that. We look forward to our final conference on this trip, at the Bellevue Christian Center, and then home tomorrow–home for three weeks, until we leave for Pennsylvania.

Sarah for the rest

Yesterday, we fueled up for the last time on this trip!
Joseph is smiling here, but when we were done fueling, the pump wouldn't shut off. The boys have never experienced anything like it. John ended up being able to get it off, but he got diesel all over his clothes and it was pooled on the ground as well.
Dinner last night at my aunt and uncle's house.
Bible time together last night
Uncle Gary wanted to make pancakes for us this morning. They were great!

“And why take ye thought for raiment? Consider the lilies of the field, how they grow; they toil not, neither do they spin” (Matthew 6:28).

4 thoughts on “In Omaha”

  1. Having only been a blog follower for the last year, I am not sure if all your trips are as full of adventures as this past one. Praise the Lord that He was with you every step of the way.

    It must have nice to spend some time with relatives. Are they related to Teri or Steve?

    Was Tulsa affected by the tornado that caused havoc all the way to N.C.?
    We think this was the trip with the most excitement as well. Toni is my sister.

    We had heard about the tornado damage but don’t know anything specific.


  2. Good Question Mrs. Joday, thank you for asking.
    My daughter and I are reading Winter with the Moody Family and I was wondering why there are no blueberries in the pancakes? (giggle here).
    Safe travels home tomorrow.

  3. Have a wonderful rest of your trip! What a warm and cozy home that looks to be, where your relatives that you visited live, your aunt is a great decorator! 🙂

  4. We wanted to make it to your conference in Bellevue, but because it was a weeknight, it just didn’t work out for us. I hope sometime you’ll do another conference closeby that we can attend!!! We really enjoy reading your blog–thanks for sharing!

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