Sunday, January 3, 2016
A weekend full of blessings
Asher is enjoying her new beads.
Russell (one of their karate senseis) stopped in this morning and ended up giving Hannah an extra lesson.
BELOW: Monthly children photos continue this year. The children are so used to it now that they remind me.
Getting the photo done before heading off to the pool.
It's a bit of a pain with the glasses if her head goes under as the water gets trapped behind the glasses. At this stage it's working for seizure control - so we are thankful for that. I'm so pleased she has been able to enjoy the water so much already this summer.
We managed to make just over 30, so hopefully enough to give one to each of the girls and leaders in their unit.
Saturday 2nd: Asher found it difficult to get the first domino out on each row (and we all struggled) as they are really tight. So I got a spoon out to help leaver them out. It didn't take her long to learn to do it herself.
Thankfully the Countdown was open on Saturday, so I planned to get some shopping done. I had hoped to combine it with an outing with Hezekiah, but it was raining. He said he still wanted to come with though, so we headed off. Just was we arrived in Amberley, the rain stopped.
We were overwhelmed with the Church's love and support of Ruth with her Jamboree fundraising. She got 6 envelopes with financial gifts from different families, as well as one from the church. They also prayed for her as she heads off to Jamboree on Wednesday.
I had thought last week that they has specifically prayed for Asher during the service because of us attending for the first time. This evening they prayed for her at the start of the service (as they had last week) and then she was prayed for again at the end of the service. I left church feeling so overwhelmed with love. On the way home I mentioned something to Brendon about how much it meant to me that they prayed for Asher again. His reply was that they pray for her every week. It brought me to tears.
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