Tuesday, December 31, 2013
Wednesday, December 25, 2013
|Still smiling after a couple of days of work|
I select the word "gratifying" to summarize my experience, because it is true for me on several levels. I am gratified that I was actually able to contribute to the physical work output; that I helped to make a difference for people; that the first impressions I had of team mates was inaccurate and that I love each of them at the end of our time together; and that I was able to enjoy the rewards of teamwork again, having missed the rewards of team which I have missed after retiring five years ago.
|All 14: Melinda, Julie, Sylvia, Diane, Allen, Sara, Bob, Cory, Christine, Christa, Mariel, Ron, Rundall, Judi|
|Time off to shop and to beach|
|Christine, Ron, Melinda, Sara, Judi, Cory, Rundall|
Sunday, December 8, 2013
Selah is a beautiful child. Here she is years ago as a small think. Facially, she today is strikingly similar in appearance but she has stretched and the only picture I have of her as the tall slender child she is now is rather obscured below.
She is unwell presently and this is a great concern to her parents Eric and Beth (Unruh) Woelk. Beth is my niece, Murray and Diane Unruh's daughter.
She will be further examined and tested and diagnosed this week. This extended family is praying for God's intervention, to identify the issues and prescribe the treatment that restores her to health.