ANOTHER very busy weekend for the Mister and I.
We can barely keep our eyes open for the pictures at Zoey's 1st Communion on Saturday.
My hair looks like I just crawled off the inflatable mattress we slept on the night before.....blah.
We were proud of Zoey.
She volunteered to do one of the readings for the service that morning.
My daughters are Christian women.
They attend different denominations, that all love Jesus Christ.
This is Sadie Grace. Zoey's little sister.
Sadie loves to sing....no matter where she is. That includes the bathroom....while doing her business.
Wearing a tutu is a MUST!!! If her skirt doesn't flair when she twirls, it isn't worth putting on.
Right after Zoey's 1st Communion Celebration at the church, we had to get back to their house to get them ready for the dress rehearsal for the dance recital.
My poor, frazzled daughter, Erin had a full day yesterday.
So did my SIL Tony.
After the rehearsal, we had to get back for the Communion party.
It wasn't long after setting out the food, that guests started arriving for Zoey's party.
We stayed and visited with everyone, ate, and watched as Zoey opened her gifts.
Then the Mister, and I headed home on our two and a half hour trip north.
It's nice to be home on a Sunday......I'm back to painting the sun room, and the Mister is working his shift at Home Depot.
Home sweet Home.
Before I go, I'd like to introduce you to a new blogger.
Her name is Gisele.
She just started blogging recently.
Gisele is an old friend of mine.....not old as in age.....old as in dear.
We've know each other since our kids were young.
We attended the same church years ago. Our kids went to the same school. We hung around in the same circle of friends. We even had a small business together.
Gisele has had a rough road that she has traveled for a lot of years.
She has struggled with issues in her life that might have pushed others over the edge.....and at times I think Gisele might have slipped over once or twice....but she hung on, sometimes by her fingernails!!!
Crying out to God! Longing for the answers she needed to survive the painful circumstances that hit her, seemingly, from all sides.
Gisele is a gifted writer. I believe she has a ministry to help women that are in need of encouragement, and healing. "Healing of the heart".
She's a remarkable woman.
I have put a link to her blog on my sidebar: Grapevines of the Heart.
Please go over and visit her, and welcome Gisele to the blogging community.