Friends and Family

Sorry I didn’t post last weekend due to my hubby and I being on the road. We were gone 10 days and put over 2,000 miles on our car. We spent the first night with Judy, a friend from college who lives in Alabama. The picture at the bottom left shows us sitting with her on her couch. In her bedroom was a plaque that sums up our relationship: “Friends are a gift from God.” We then spent one night at Dauphin Island, AL, our only hotel stay of the trip.

The next day we were off to New Orleans where most of my family now live to spend Thanksgiving with them. My two sisters and their families are still living in FEMA trailers more than a year after Katrina. The picture of the two ladies in teal shirts are my two sisters wearing the shirts my daughter sent them as an early Christmas gift. Butterflies were our mother’s trademark. The other two pictures are of my husband and brother-in-law working on the house–running wiring and shoring up a broken timber under the house. We would appreciate all prayers for them to have speedy success in getting back into their home soon.

Our last stop was Lake Charles, Louisiana, where we spent two days with one of my “forever friends.” (see October 15 post) Sandi and I went through school from 7th grade through college. The pic above of the three ladies with “flowers in their hair” is from a previous visit at Sandi’s. Phyllis, my college roommmate was also there at the same time and we had a blast!

I am so thankful for my family and friends, both silver and gold. Next week I will be making many new friends on a dental mission trip to Honduras with my youngest daughter and some of her fellow dental students. Prayers for all aspects of this trip are much appreciated, too. I’ll report about the journey next time.

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3 Responses to

  1. WOW, Rose! You are a world traveler! Just think of all the great material you’re gathering for future books. :-)

    Blessings to you and your daughter on your upcoming missions trip.


  2. Dear Rose,

    Thank you for this special glimpse into your life. By the way, you are quite a photographer!



  3. You travel far, Rose! You and yours will be in my thoughts and prayers as you make the missionary trek to Honduras!

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