Day Eight- A Photo Diary of Hope

     Well, guys we are one week in! Thank you for those who are still hanging with me! Welcome to the one’s who have just joined us! Today I wanted to give you a photo diary of what HOPE looks like to me! 
      Romans 1:20 says, “ For since the creation of the world God’s invisible qualities, his eternal power and divine nature , have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made, so that people are without excuse.” 
      Simply put, His creation testifies to us of His eternal power and divine nature. These are just a few things that remind me that He is God and He is Good! 
     Some of these photos are pointing back. For in remembering God’s past faithfulness, our trust for the present is strengthened. So thank you for taking this “Walk of Memories” with me.
College Club Hayride 
Teaching Em to dance.
Alan loved watching his kids do their thing.
One of my favorite pictures of us.
Welcoming Ava Rose! 
Teaching Jake to shave.

Giving Abbey to Adam
Some of these photos are current. They are snapshots of what life looks like right now for us. It is practicing the discipline of pausing, in the everyday, to give thanks for the miraculous gift that these moments are.
Ava enthralled by the beauty of our new home.


Road Trips
Birthday’s with Amelia’s Flower Truck
Treasure hunting at Train Depots

Family Meals
Looking for Vintage Treasures
Uncle’s that help you see things from a different perspective.
Lots and lots of cuddles.
Everyday is the sweetest celebration if we look for it.
Finally I leave you with a portrait of God’s glorious grace in His creation. I have only to look up and see this beautiful place of peace He led us to remind us, He is present. He is always present dear ones. Just stop and look. 

2 Replies to “Day Eight- A Photo Diary of Hope”

  1. I am late to the game… but I am binge reading — catching up. I LOVE all of these pictures. Especially the hayride picture from college! Love your beautiful family.

  2. Love you Kris! Thanks for reading!

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