You already know we have one munchkin who does not like to have his picture taken unless it is his idea. Add the rest of the grands and you can imagine how the photo session went. We actually got some really great pictures until we got to. . . . . . .you guessed it MINE and my man.
You know I am working on my weight. I was feeling thinner, notice I said thinner not THIN, until. . . . I saw the pictures. Two no three no four things were wrong, first my shirt was way too low, who wants to see old cleavage? Besides I believe in dressing to honor my God and my husband. Second and third and fourth, I looked twice as big as my man. Yikes! I couldn’t get over it. I quickly told the photographer to delete and we would be back in a few months.
Are you saying I am vain? Maybe so, I hope not. Vanity is not becoming!
Here they are minus one!
Here they are 11, 6, 4, 3 (missing–didn’t want his picture taken), 18 months and 10 months. We had fun at the children’s museum, we ate lunch out side and did a lot of playing and chasing.
My 4 year old asked me if I would love her if she broke something of mine, I assured her I would. Then she wanted to know if she broke everything in the house if I would still love her. I told her there was nothing she could do that would make me stop loving her. You know where this is going don’t you? I thought of Jesus and it is the same with him, I love that thought–he loves me no matter what.
Do you know that Seventh-day Adventists are rarely sure they are saved? Can you believe that? Why is that? Are we still thinking we have to work our way to heaven or do we think we are never good enough? I hope none of you feel unsure of your salvation. Jesus loves you no matter what and he wants you in heaven with him.
Now it is time for this grandma to get to bed. These kids get up at the crack of dawn, besides tomorrow is garage sale day LOL.