As I look out the window at the white-covered landscape, I have to remind myself it’s actually Resurrection Sunday. Wow, from spring back to winter. The snow is a beautiful symbol of what Jesus did for us. His blood swept away our sins. Think about that. Our sins, which are red, are washed white as snow.
So here’s random life this past month. I love to see God working in our lives on a daily basis. It’s easy to see the big things, but do we look for the small items? For example, I sat down to review tax returns for several businesses I do bookkeeping for. It seemed overwhelming at first, but I prayed, and the Lord gave such grace and helped me. How often do we miss opportunities to thank the Lord for His goodness because we don’t ask for His help?
A friend came over to talk one afternoon and enjoy mochas.
You never know who might be here for a meal.
Lately, when we’ve had guests, we’ve expanded into the basement for seating.
Dog training time.
Nathan and two of his girls for a day out.
Mary and Calia baking pizza.
A family field trip
An evening at John and Chelsy’s. Chelsy has done an amazing job at making their home so welcoming!
Cousins with matching glasses.
A whole bunch of cuteness packed into this little guy.
Holding babies during Sunday lunch.
Girls’ day out! Shopping for fabric here.
Taking a walk at the gorgeous Shawnee Mission Park near the end of our time.
These amazing sisters of mine took the little kids out to do puddle splashing.
I think he has some freckles, um, dirt freckles that is.
A picnic with friends.
Followed by a walk.
Mary with Elizabeth.
Game time with two nieces.
Finishing with our snow walk on Resurrection Sunday!
Jesse clearing off the driveway before our family dinner
“Come now, and let us reason together, saith the Lord:
though your sins be as scarlet, they shall be as white as snow;
though they be red like crimson, they shall be as wool.”