Saturday, October 13, 2007

A Quiet Day

There isn't much to write - I had a great day at home - our first since August! I love being home and being able to do projects that have been on my list of things to do! Today was the day to switch over the clothes - a huge project! Matt and Sarah did pretty well cooperating as they had to try things on from last year to see what it is they need for this year. Sarah surprised me the most by not really fitting into anything from last year! I guess she had to grow sometime! She had been wearing her winter clothes for the past two seasons!

Today was Dale's funeral. Andy left to go around 9:00 am and didn't return until about 12:45 pm - that was just the service! He opted not to go to the internment, but one of our co-workers, Jeff, did and he didn't get home until about 3:00 pm. Please pray for the Wilson family. They are struggling. Andy and Frank went over yesterday and spoke with Barbara, Dale's mom, for about two hours. Andy said it was tough, but he was able to share with her what Dale believed. She is not a believer. Pray that God would work in her heart and the hearts of her children. All but one son was present during the altercation. They, too, are struggling. It's so senseless to us, but God has a purpose and a plan for all this. Please pray we would listen to His prompting and leading in this situation.

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