Monday, October 31, 2011


We're enjoying a beautiful fall here in Kansas.  Every day, when we take the little girls to their school we look out across the hills at the tall, glowing trees.  I've said at least a dozen times how some of those trees don't even look real--they look like they've been painted in.  They are just so bright and become a blur of yellow and orange covering the base of the hills.  I love this time of year.  And I LOVE to torture my children take pictures of my children with such an awesome backdrop of color.  We were finally able to get out this evening and snap a few pictures. (So, I interrupt this sappy-sentimental post to share amazement at technology:: You MUST click on one of these pics and take advantage of Blogger's new function where it lets you scroll through all of the pics in this post. So cool. I've been absent for a few weeks and just discovered it.  I now return to my precious kiddos.)

The crew
Nathan (aka "Nate")
They would never admit it, but they really did have a lot of fun.  And I have proof in our bloopers from today's photo shoot.  But, I'll post those another day.
Today, Andy and I were able to walk around with our four beautiful children and soak in all--mm  mm, SOME, we can't even imagine it ALL-- of God's Glory and Goodness in His Creation around us and in His Gift of our family and life together.
"To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven:"
Ecclesiastes 3:1

1 comment:

Corina said...

I LOVE the new pictures!!!! Oh, my, they are sooooo good! I can't believe big tall the kids have gotten......they are so grown up.