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Thankful for DC

We are so thankful for a great weekend trip to DC. Great weather, free activities, beautiful sites and museums, and good health. Most thankful for the many types of transportation used. Flying to and from so quickly, the subway, free buses a couple times, UBERs, and beautiful walks! Joshua reminded me a couple times on the trip how old I am getting, and it was a great reminder and reason to skip the rental bikes and scooters everywhere! Thankful to be home with our other half!

The White House

More DC fun

"On your left soldier!" #marvelnerds

Washington DC

Ashlyn, Josh and Deanna got to spend their 4 day weekend visiting Washington DC this week. It was beautiful and had so many sights to see. We walked over 20,000 steps each day the first 2 days so by the third day, we could barely walk. Favorites places included the Lincoln Memorial, Washington Memorial, White House, Jefferson Memorial, National Mall, US Capitol, Holocaust Museum, and the National Gallery of Art. Here are some highlights:  

Three Years Ago...

Two years ago this strong guy survived femur surgery and then a wheelchair for 6 weeks  🚑  He remembers it was Friday the 13th (I think it was Sat though), he rode in the ambulance with Grandma Sue, and he spent Valentine’s Day in surgery.  # childrenshospital   # omaha

Joshua's Baptism

Praising the Lord for Joshua’s new salvation in Christ and baptism this morning  💕  “For the death he died he died to sin, once for all, but the life he lives he lives to God. So you also must consider yourselves dead to sin and alive to God in Christ Jesus.” -Romans‬ ‭6:10-11‬

Rylee is 21!

We celebrated my niece's 21st birthday at an underground bar here in KC called Manifesto. Very cool place, dark and no flash photography allowed. Happy Birthday Rylee!

Our sweet Bear

Anyone else out there tired of winter and political Facebook rants? I think Bear is too...

AP Art Class

Ashlyn's making headway on her AP Art Studio portfolio. She will send off her best work for college credit in May. She will also have a booth setup with her work at the Spring Art Festival. Her theme is "People interacting with Technology." Here are a few of her pieces she has made so far...