I know...we are more than halfway through May, and I am now posting about April? One thing I have to remind myself is that this blog isn't to govern my life - it is just a way to share my life. I wish I had more time to sit down and write, but I don't, so I must learn to be content for when I am able.
|I made this skirt from a dress that was Keith's mom's. |
Shae-Lynn wore it, Savannah wore it, and now
it is being passed down to other cousins.
|The cross kind of blends in with the background, but it is about in the middle .|
|One of our favorite places to eat in Kampala is Java's.|
|A fishing village Keith took the men to on the Ssese Islands.|
|Rafting the Nile, which doubled as Stanley's senior trip.|
|We waited for Keith and Stanley to return from college, |
hence Shiloh is in his pajamas.
|Not very imaginative, |
but I had to come up with something to shape the rice crispies into!
|As his second cake, Shae-Lynn made a cookie pizza which was loved by all.|
|Missionary Kids that are such great friends. Savannah on the right.|
|My daughter talked us ladies into posing with masks. |
I won't tell who the other three ladies are.
|Shae-Lynn and Savannah sang a special with their friend Abigail |
at the BIMI conference.
|The MK teens enjoyed an overnighter before the conference began.|
|Friends since birth: Savannah and Elexus.|
|Honestly - they were friends. Notice they are on the same |
sides and wearing the same colors seven years later.
|Not a happy patient!|
|I don't think Savannah will have any qualms|
about wearing glasses. In fact, she already has a pair picked out!
|The teen girls' basketball game|