Sunday Blessings

It’s been a week of highs and lows as we navigate a full life while a loved one is battling cancer.  Where is God? Carrying us, and we give thanks.

591. Big shoes.

592.  Kitchen serenade keeping me awake while I work.


593.  My people on my walls.

594.  CSA + garden = bounty.


595. My big kids. Baby falling asleep in her sister’s arms.


596. Littles napping at the same time.

597. Tasty kitchen experiments.

598. Time captured to work on an ebook project.

599. Cancellation in our photographer’s booked schedule. We’ll take it!

600. Muddy evening play.

601. A dirty bath tub.


602. Freezing the rainbow for winter fajitas.


603. Family photos with the whole crew. Cousin bliss.

604. Made to order evening at the park.

605. Guys supervising play while ladies visit.


606. Patient cashier at checkout. Screaming deals!

Anyone else being carried right now?  I’ll be praying for you!

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  1. Our top music student of all time was killed instantly in a car accident last week. Age 18. She had just opened her own piano studio the week before, which we had inspired and helped her to do. We are too far away to attend the funeral, since I’m over 35 weeks pregnant. We are also very close to her family, which means we are grieving extra for them as well as ourselves.

  2. Praying for your loved one battling cancer. This December, I will be a two year survivor of breast cancer. God is holding you all through this tough time. Praying you feel His perfect peace.

  3. Amy,
    Thank you SO much for sharing with us how you recognize blessings in little things, especially during times of turmoil. It is so refreshing to see a blogger share her faith and encourage us to join her. Even as a pastor’s wife, I find it too easy to get caught up in the busyness of life and worn down by all of the trials we (all) face. Your posts encourage – and remind – me to stop and thank God for the blessings – even the little and sometimes annoying ones. 🙂 May God bless your family and hold your loved one close.
    In Christ,

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