Showing posts from March, 2009

Red Envelope

Have you sent your red envelope today?

new stuff

my new cup

my new hat (thanks summer)

my favorite kind of toy

Meet the Browns

Yesterday we voted Gary Brown in to be our pastor at NorthStar. We are so thankful for this family and God's call on their lives. We are excited to serve alongside of them and look forward to all God is going to do in North Idaho.

For I know the plans I have for you," declares the LORD, "plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future. Jeremiah 29:11

hiking date

First day of spring means a hike on Tubbs Hill. My dad came for a short weekend visit, and Bennett and I went on a hiking date. It was beautiful and reminded me of my lack of exercise for the past year. So welcome Spring to the Arctic Northwest- please stay a while.

texas memories

L with her great great aunts from east texas

We really enjoyed our trip to Texas last weekend. The weather was warm and the conversations were great. It was nice to take L back to the place where we fell in love and spend time with people that mean so much to us. Thanks for letting us borrow your vehicles, car seats, pack-n-plays, and strollers. We were also able to stay at the seminary hotel with a nice student discount.

an idaho baby in texas

our first swim at southwestern

worshiping at 121 with sweet dear friends

dad spent many hours working in this pond

texas wind = big hair

she's not enjoying being a cowgirl

the starbucks where we had our first date

country bend (they painted) - our first apartment together

Seminary Memories

This is my great uncle, Dr. Thomas M. Bennett. He was a professor of
Old Testament and Hebrew at the seminary I attended. His picture is
in the main hall of the main building on campus. I never met him
before he passed away. I attended his funeral in Ft. Worth about a
year after I moved there. I really wish I had been able to know him
when he was teaching.

We are visiting Texas

If you are in DFW give us a call!