I am amazed at how different frozen bubbles look each time I take pictures of them.
“From the rising of the sun to its setting, the name of the Lord is to be praised!” Psalm 113:3
We have been getting to bed really late the last two nights.Â A lady from church is helping Audrey learn to knit, so we stayed out late Wednesday for a lesson. Last night we had a great time bowling with some friends. Add to that, Megan has the “snuffles” and does not sleep well.
Allan still had to be at work on time this morning.Â He noticed the sunrise was extra pretty as he drove to work and he called to let me know.Â So I went to enjoy the beautiful sunrise that God designed for us.
I went to work with Mark and Andrea early this morning. I wanted some practice shooting in strange lights.
It was fun watching them work.Â They really love their adopted pets. Andrea told me to watch while she fed her silly goats.Â We went outside and as I waited for her to get to the feeding trough I noticed one of the dogs watching us. She posed perfectly before disappearing to find Mark.
When it cleared up for a few minutes, we headed outside to play and Audrey discovered a rainbow. We enjoyed taking pictures of it before it started to rain again and we headed back inside.
We have been extremely lazy today. The kids and I have enjoyed hanging around, doing nothing of importance since returning from church and visiting my mom as a birthday surprise.
Even with the crazy weather, it was almost a perfect Sunday. If Allan could have enjoyed relaxing with us today, instead of heading to China for a business trip, it would have been a perfect day.
Allan left for Shanghai, China very early this morning.Â I am not exactly sure what he is doing, other than it has something to do with wire harnesses. Please pray for his safety while he is gone. I asked him to write updates as a “guest writer” on the blog, so hopefully he will have time to post a little.
Even though it was colder this morning, we spent our walk looking for beautiful leaves. We collected some to press and took pictures of others. We were very thankful that yesterday’s rain did to seem to wash the leaves’ color away any.