Friday, June 19, 2015
Back from town and built from snow
He had a great time playing during the open "morning tea" time and then Rachel took him to play in the family room while Asher had her sessions.
We got to meet Asher's new speech therapist (her current teacher will be leaving at the end of the term). They had a fun time playing together, which was really sweet to watch.
Asher's balance is improving almost every week. She still needs to concentrate when walking along here (thus the serious face) but was more than happy to do it without holding someone's hand.
I was pleased we could have the morning out. Asher would have been rather frustrated at home without no electricity to power her music dvds.
Thankfully one of my photographically talented neighbours, Tina Longman, took the amazing photo below, and shared it with us to enjoy.
We thank the Lord that we can call this beautiful part of the world, our home.
Hezekiah was thrilled to see the street getting cleared as we headed home.
It was still an icy 2 degrees at 1pm.
The Redepennings had not received any snow, and so I had asked Joanna if she wanted to bring Ruth, Hannah, and her own children to our place - to enjoy our garden and home (with warm fireplace even if no electricity). I was so thankful she had taken us up on the offer. It was wonderful that Ruth and Hannah did not miss out on the snow fun. And they brought a lovely pot of soup that was warmed on the log burner and we had a lovely lunch together too.
Thank you so much to the Redepenning family for making so many wonderful memories for our family.
The power was on again just before 4pm. So we were very thankful to be able to have a warm dinner that night.
Labels: Beauty of Nature, Champion Centre, Friends, Snow
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