Decking The Halls...December 2017
Saturday, March 3, 2018
Sandwiched in the middle of our Northwest and Midwest Six week Summer tour was the beautiful experience of ministering on an Alaskan Cruise.Wonderful memories for a lifetime were made as family.Ina rainy Seattle parking lot, his is what packing looks like from a bus and trailer storage into suitcases.
We found the deck to be our inspiring place to worship in awe of Our Lord's Majesty and Power!
The girls made their own memories in town as we went our separate ways.Much can be done for free.
We found a kindred spirit,Nicole!
Monday, January 1, 2018
On my"holiday" I will take time to "catch up on the family blog". I will start with a few Summer Highlights of personal days planned "off the road. these Include:
Family getaway,a Church Ladies' Backyard Tea, a mother/ daughter reunion weekend, A Sunday picnic and an Ohio wedding.
Adult children are a reward.And a blast.
More Put Putting memories made on Hilton Head Island getaway.
Tea, a drink with bread and jam......
Re, a drop of golden sun...
A gift, our backyard sanctuary.
Miss Grace,Etta, Sherilyn and Gracie.
Me, a name I call myself...
Far above Rubies.
It's Sunday afternnoon, the neighborhood pond is calling,we waltz thru the hay field.
One of the reasons I feel rich.My daughters.My friends.Green meadows in song.
Fresh waters to splash in. Peach chilled Tea.
Years ago when friends gathered at our house from different states for Deborah's graduation,they decided they enjoyed each other and wanted to reunite annually. so before we new it the little sisters and mothers were welcomed to join as well! how very wonderful,I thunk of the song we used to sing; "When your friends are my friends,and my friends are your friends,when we all will get together, how happy we'll be!"
This year we came from Ohio ,Georgia and North Carolina and the Kings in Pennsylvania hosted us!
Mrs. Kate King herself with her lovely,hardworking daughters; Anna and Katrina.
Late night talks.
An afternoon in the city.
Older mentoring younger.Younger brightening older.
Back to the King Hay sales farm where the Vintage barn turned into a conventional new garage/ event center/ missionary apartment,that we stayed in ,talked and ate all weekend. Just perfect.
Then traveling to my niece, Darlene's beautiful wedding in Mt. Hope Ohio.
Neice Lauren's soft hand in Grandma's weathered one.Symbolic to, passing on the baton.
Nephews; Jackson and Benjamin communicating.
Cherishing our heritage as we seek God on how to integrate it's Truth into living a legacy in 2018.
Ruth Ann for The Millers