It is about midnight on Saturday night and I am still up because I am trying to be the supportive wife! Aaron got a call late this morning letting us know our senior pastor was sick and at the emergency room. Thankfully he only has vertigo and is on the mend. I don't know for certain that vertigo is no big deal, but it sounds better than the possible heart problems that cause some of the same symptoms. So, please pray for God to heal him so that he can enjoy his vacation time scheduled starting next week.
Aaron will be preaching and teaching tomorrow morning, and all with very little time to prepare so please pray for him also. After the normal services, there is a prayer walk and then a bridal shower for a friend of mine. It is one of those Sundays that make you cringe slightly because you know you'll be functioning on pure fumes and the strength of the Spirit alone. So, as I sit here watching him thump his cheek or thigh (that's what he does when he is in deep concentration) I am praying for God to work in and through him and to continue to renew his energy as he does some very last minute sermon prep. And, that leaves me with a little time to kill.
So, here are a few cute photos we took this week. Elijah looks like such a little boy now instead of a baby. Take a look!
shirt for his participation in learning
and brain development research!
while we were house-sitting next door to them at
the Wicks' house. They probably could do without
Aaron and me, but they fell in love with Elijah.
We kept the Wicks' tradition of visiting them
almost daily and it was a blessing.
went to see a play the night this photo
was taken with our good friends, Bruce and
Deborrah, so Elijah already had his bedtime
bath before he bathed himself in spaghetti. :)
to often see the opportunity to climb, but,
fortunately, he is too apprehensive to climb
something taller than a step or two currently.
every once in a while, especially when
he's going to do something he knows he
shouldn't or if it is risky.
is making for me to clean up. He also points
at airplanes going overhead.