This week we went back to West Virginia to take care of some personal business and visit family and friends.
It was a pretty easy drive down from Indiana with Misty doing half of it. She is getting very comfortable with driving the RV and does a fine job. I appreciate it especially since I can then set in the passenger seat and work or play on the computer.
|Misty driving the RV.|
I do not know why, but days we are traveling and I'm getting actual work done, while riding down the road, gives me a great sense of satisfaction and accomplishment. I'm weird, I guess, or just a true geek.
Last night Will came over with Braelynn to visit and have dinner with us at my brother Bill's house. Meghan could not come due to committing to a previous engagement.
|Will and Braelynn at Uncle Bill's.|
|Braelynn sleeping in her daddy's arms.|
Another important reasons to be back in town was for our five older children to receive awards for completing the first section of Basic Bible Skills (BBS).
BBS is a bible study curriculum that teaches kids the books of the bible, the divisions the books belong in, and how to find scriptures in the bible.
We were lucky enough to have the author, Mrs. Don-Ann Wheeler, become a member of our church and get introduced to her bible study course.
|Avery accepting his BBS award.|
|Ian accepting his BBS award.|
|Tia accepting her BBS award.|
|Courtney accepting her BBS award.|
Ethan not only received a certificate for completing the Old Testament portion of BBS but also a medal for having the most points awarded for the course.
Mrs. Don-Ann said that in her entire time of teaching the course, no one had ever attained the amount of points Ethan did which was 23,527. Considering there were older kids in the class, Ethan really did well for himself.
|Ethan accepting his award and medal for BBS.|
One other item I would like to mention is that LivelyRV found their first First to Find (FTF) Geocaching this past week, which we hope happens more often. A FTF is what it states, first to find a new cache that had just been put out.
It was hidden on Saturday morning around 7:15AM and we were the first to sign the log around 8:30AM. As my brother likes to say, "Man, what a rush!" You know I had to get something about Geocaching into the blog.
Until next time, God bless!
Don, Misty & Kids