Happy Father’s Day

The children have returned to us! They ate their way through the grandparents’ house and so decided to come home. After several days alone, we were very glad to welcome them back into the fold. What a blessing to have grandparents who will take ALL FIVE CHILDREN for several days!! Not only do they feed and care for them, they also help with their homeschooling, read to them from classical literature, and pay them for the yard work they do.

Is that an incredible deal or what?!
And they’ve already asked when the children can return.
Blessings and more blessings!

slurpees anyone?

Of course, what would Father’s Day be without a run to 7-11 for slurpees?

I am thankful for my heavenly Father and all the ways He fills my life with joy and peace.

I am thankful for my earthly father who brought me up to love the Lord and walk in His ways.

I am thankful for my father-in-law who raised a godly son and taught him how to be a good father.

I am thankful for my husband who pours hours of time, attention, love, teaching, and laughter into the lives of my precious children. I wouldn’t want anyone else to be their father.

Project 366 – Day 167

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5 thoughts on “Happy Father’s Day”

  1. It was a good day … and I am very thankful for the privilege of being father to these five.

  2. kathy, what a beautiful tribute to the fathers in your life. you have much to be thankful for.

    i was wondering about the biscuit casserole. i take it that is not on your diet. my hubby ordered the food addiction book for me. i’m looking forward to reading it. i’m sure i’ll have lots of questions for you.

    blessings on you and your family, gail

  3. I’m glad you are thankful because you *are* blessed.

    Glad the kids (and grandparents) had such a wondeful time!

  4. Beautiful post, Kathy.

    Happy Belated Father’s Day, Tim!

    And yes, I did pull off breakfast in bed this year for Blake. I just had to tell him to stay put for a few extra minutes. (-;

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