Tuesday, July 30, 2013
Monday, July 29, 2013
This past weekend my mom and dad went to Chicago to run the Big 10K. I was sad that they wouldn't let me go with because I am a huge Penn State fan. Since I was home alone, my friend Scout's parents watched me.
I had a fun weekend, but I really missed my mom and dad. I took a lot of pictures from the weekend. Woof!
|Scout's dad, John, was grilling outside, so I got to eat my dinner outside too. It was kind of like a picnic! Woof!|
|I did a lot of running with Scout (that's why we are so blurry in the pictures). Sometimes I chased her and sometimes she chased me. She likes to bite my lips, and I don't like that, so sometimes I run away.|
|I spent some cuddle time with Scout's mom, Lisa. We worked on her Bible study and watched the Bachelorette - go Des!|
|I swam a lot this weekend. I tried to teach Scout to swim, and I worked on putting my whole head under water at one time.|
|I played baseball at the park. The picture to the far right is me after I scored my first home run.|
|I also learned about new things. I tried my first iced, non-fat chai latte - nom om om, woof! And Scout let me play with her new toy... it was so fun!|
|Me and Scout's mom just hangin'.|
Sunday, July 28, 2013
Thursday, July 25, 2013
Tuesday, July 23, 2013
Monday, July 22, 2013
Sunday, July 21, 2013
Saturday, July 20, 2013
|Kayaking down the Huron River|
|Dinner and drinks with Val and Jameson... And a play date for Scout and Milton|
|Dinner at Zin and frozen yogurt in Downtown Plymouth|
Wednesday, July 17, 2013
Yesterday was the start of my summer small group at Northridge. We are doing Priscilla Shirer’s study on Gideon, and she is fantastic – I am looking forward to the coming weeks. I love the girls in my group, and it has been about a month since the last study, so it was good to see everyone again.
Priscilla gave the perfect example of running on a treadmill. When you run on a treadmill every single day, you may get frustrated as if you aren’t going where. You run every day, but the things around you stay the same. But what you don’t realize is that when running on the treadmill you are getting stronger and your endurance is growing – and it is exactly what God wants… to change your heart (not necessarily your circumstances) to prepare you for Hebrews 11 story.