Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Leaving Indiana for Georgia

It's that time again. We'll be hitting the road tomorrow. We did as much as we can here but now it's time to head to another building project in Georgia. We've been here 4 months. I must say that I really enjoyed meeting the people here! The church has been such a tremendous blessing to my family and I. We are very grateful to have the opportunity to get to know several wonderful families and make new friends. The Lord has been so good to us! Pastor Keppel is a wonderful man of God. I am grateful to know that there are still godly preachers out there. Don't get me wrong, I still miss my beloved pastor but praise God we'll see each other again!

Yesterday, we ate out (one last time) with the Pastor and his beautiful family, the assistant Pastor and his lovely wife, Tom and Robert, and of course us. Joanna got her early birthday present from the Keppels (Pastor's family) and they even got Peter a little something too. Joanna played with her gift (ponies) for a good two hours before it was time to leave. Thanks Sis. Meagan! She loves her new birthday toys! She's one spoiled girl.

I'm hoping that we'll have good wi-fi in Georgia. That way I can update you with my most recent pictures and videos I've been taking. I will be posting the building project we've done here in Indiana and will be posting pictures of my family. I also want to try and do something different... like post pictures of recipes I'll be trying and even share recipes with you here! My blog background needs some changes too. I want to match the theme of the holidays. You'll know it when you see it.

Peter has been taking a few steps already. I've watched him took 2 steps without support (then he fell). But still! It looks like he'll be walking before he turns one! He's only 9 months. Crazy, right?!

Well I have to go now... I need to clean and get some stuff packed up tonight. We are leaving early in the morning. Please keep us in prayers as we travel. I'll be in touch as soon as we arrive in Georgia. Hugs!

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