Here are my sister's grands on March 1 trying to scale Mt. Plowmore at my house. Love the commentary. My little grand niece's sweet voice particularly tickles me—"I'll never make it." She reminds me of my own laments in recent weeks.
"You're pushing me off!"
Did they make it? Oh, yes, they did!
“Fear thou not; for I am with thee: be not dismayed; for I am thy God: I will strengthen thee; yea, I will help thee; yea, I will uphold thee with the right hand of my righteousness.”King James Version (KJV)
Thank you for reading. I know that I am pretty scarce in Blogdom these days and will continue to be. Do not keep the light on. ッ
You have been missed!!ReplyDelete
"whatever happened to that best friend business..." Lololol...sweet babies!
The children are so cute! Their struggle is what so many of us go through in life. I love it! So sweet! The verse you shared from Isaiah is a favorite of mine. God bless you! Stay well!ReplyDelete
That's quite a snow there, girl. I know the children enjoyed it.ReplyDelete
Vee, I love your blog. I watch for new ones from you on my sidebar. Thanks for being such a faithful visitor to my blog. Always enjoy your comments.ReplyDelete
That's a lot of snow. I'm so glad the littles could enjoy such an embankment. That's a favourite verse of mine (I have so many favourites). Thank you for giving my heart a lift with these words. Wishing you a beautiful day, Vee.ReplyDelete
Hi Vee~ Wow, we really did send you all our our storms!! Those cute littles looked like they were having fun... loved the pictures, and the scripture. I really needed to hear that on this day :0) I know how you feel about being scarce here. But when you are here, I love reading what you have to post about, it's all good! Have a great week-end. Hugs, BarbReplyDelete
How cute is that. Lots of snow there. Glad they made it up to the top.ReplyDelete
Always nice to see a post from you and thanks for your visits and comments on my blog!!!
Oh to be young and find everything an adventure....and FUN! They are so cute! Enjoy your weekend. Stay out of the cold slush...if you can!ReplyDelete
Whew, they made it!! Mt. Plowmore is a pretty big snow hill. I love that last photo, it looks like he's flying ;)ReplyDelete
Oh, this is so precious. I love seeing the children playing in the snow, and yet for them, it is really hard work, not play! But they are learning as they go and grow. Just as we are learning as we go and grow and climb those mountains. I do miss you, but am always happy when I see a little comment from you on one of my posts. It always warms my heart. I do pray you are doing well, and if not, then I pray God will help you in whatever your struggles may be. God bless you my friend. (((hugs)))ReplyDelete
P.S. I see one of my favorite teas up there in your header picture...Constant Comment. It was my grandmother's favorite too.Delete
Wonderful Scripture and sweet video. So happy to see a post from you. Have a wonderful weekend!ReplyDelete
I will strengthen thee, I will help thee! Yea indeed! They made it ... so sweet.ReplyDelete
It's ALWAYS a blessing to hear from you!ReplyDelete
Don't push me off...I'll keep the light on. Love the video and wow, the struggle is real. Hang in there, Vee!ReplyDelete
Cutest ever///oh that massive mountain of snow.....ReplyDelete
Just as these precious ones made it, so will we, I have read the last chapter! Love you and think of you so often.ReplyDelete
Although I am having trouble imagining that much snow, I totally enjoyed this sweet video. Good for them for making it to the top. That is quite a feat!ReplyDelete
I am always happy to see a post from you... no matter when they happen. I keep you in my prayers and thank you for the comments you leave for me. Always a delight!
Happy to find a new post, Vee, and one that recalled such childhood fun! I know that my brother and myself had similar experiences growing up in NJ in the days of major snowfalls. The video was fun and glad they made it to the top.ReplyDelete
Yes, life truly is a struggle much of the time. I feel blessed to have the life I have, but I know there are people who struggle every day just to make ends meet or to survive. We have our problems and worries here, too. I am sorry that it has become such a struggle for you.
Your great-nieces are precious; their determination to scale Mt. Plowmore is admirable. :D Your sister is so faithful to visit, and I know you must be grateful. I'm not sure my sister and I would be so good about visiting one another. ;)
Thank you for sharing this video, Vee. We miss you here, but we understand. I appreciate your kindness in leaving comments for me on my little spot in blogland. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
Nope. The tallest is a great-nephew. 😊 He'd not be happy to be a girl. His sister was the one bewailing climbing that mountain.Delete
Thank you for your visit and your prayers. Much appreciated.
What determined little darlings! And they made it. I am sorry to read that you are struggling just now. It is so encouraging and strengthening to read God's promises - He will never leave you nor forsake you.
Praying for daily grace.
I love the pictures and the video. That little polka dot jacket is adorable. :) And thank you for posting that scripture, Vee. I needed to be reminded of that. Praying for you, dear one.ReplyDelete
They did it...and without a Sherpa! Love the video. I noticed that things had been quiet over there. Hugs and prayers, Vee!ReplyDelete
Wow! Those sweet kids persevered and made it!! I loved hearing your grand niece’s voice, too!ReplyDelete
The scripture verse from Isaiah is a beautiful one. Happy Easter, Vee.
Just stopping by again, thinking of you during this most blessed season of hope!ReplyDelete
Hello Vee! I'm sitting here with a sleeveless top, bermuda shorts, and sandals with the windows open and a ceiling fan whirling above my head -- while you watch the mountain of snow outside your window. Your winters are long and my summers are long. We adjust as we must.ReplyDelete
Your blog posts are always so welcome, even if they're not as frequent as your fans would like. Keep the faith. What we have now is temporary, the eternal will eventually arrive and it will be wonderful. You know that. Blessings and hugs!
How did I miss this post? ARGGGH.ReplyDelete
I love to see kids enjoying the snow.
Sorry to just now be seeing this wonderful post! What a precious treasure children are! So glad they made Mt. Plowmore (love that!) Spring has finally come to our world, and snow has melted - praise God! Blessings to you dear friend!ReplyDelete
P.S. I will always keep the light on for my friends, grin.ReplyDelete
Hello Vee! I have just viewed your Mother's Day post but see there is no provision for comments. I love it whenever you post, even though it's not as often as in years gone by. May the Lord continue to bless and keep you and cause His face to shine upon you!ReplyDelete