Hello!

Yep. We are still here. I have to be honest and admit that blogging has been the last thing on my mind this summer. We have had the most wonderful time the past few weeks, rounding out our fun-filled
Summer. 

We've been to the lake, where Ella almost mastered skiing slalom. I was so proud of her. 


We sent Ella off to camp with 34 of her closest friends. I got a report that there have been some major things happening with the Holy Spirit. I can't wait to get her home (tomorrow) to hear all about it. I know I've said it before, but there is something really awesome happening at our church. It's even evident in our children. I heard tonight that the camp counselors have commented that there is something special about our group of kids. I am so proud of them and love watching their walks with Christ become stronger every day. 


Lucy had photos made for the PR materials for our Dinner and Auction. I can't wait to see the finished product.  


Jack continues to be insanely precious and full of wonder. Man!  I love this kid. I seriously could eat him up. 


My birthday is Sunday and to celebrate my Mom and i went to see Michael Buble in Memphis. Anyone that knows me knows that I'm sort of in love with Michael, but not as much as my mom. Yes, we were actually this close last night. Apparently being in the fan club pays off. Ha!

Tonight we built a bonfire for Lucy and Jack...July 31st!  I still can't believe this weather. We stayed out all night roasting marshmallows and visiting with our neighbors. Sometimes living in a small town really is an amazing blessing. 




If you are willing, please say a prayer for me and Erik. I was blessed to be a part of an amazing conversation today. I am still processing what was said and how to move forward. I don't know what will come of today but I can tell you that I left broken and completely at the feet of God. I still believe with all my heart that our family was allowed to go through Lucys battle with cancer for a greater purpose. I think that today my eyes were
opened a little and I am begging God to reveal Himself.