Sunday Snaphots

Our “Coast Kids” sent this photo on Sunday prompting the rest of us to share our photos.

Dear and I obliged with a selfie taken on our way home from an impromptu lunch out after church with friends.

Dan and Jamie sent this photo of Addy and Jaymison. Cracking up at Jaymison’s new obsession with his tongue as witnessed in this next photo of him we received this week, too.

It was nice to go out to lunch with new friends after church today. When you re-locate later in life and leave long time friends behind it’s a comfort to know you can establish new friendships. There were 7 of us at lunch today.

Our meal at the Chinese restaurant yesterday was decent but not noteworthy. The owners and staff were very pleasant. Thankfully the Thai to Go in town is really good to our palates!

Quote for the week from Spurgeon:

“A house without prayer is a house without a roof.”

About Ellenhttps://happywonderer.com/I am a wife, mother, baba (grandmother) and a loyal friend. Jesus is my King and my hope is in my future with Him.

12 thoughts on “Sunday Snaphots

  1. Your grandson is getting so big! He must be teething quite a bit–so cute! Your daughter’s purple hair looks fun–a definite way to brighten up the winter. The Chinese New Year celebration in Denver was canceled over concerns for the virus from China — so Iscary! I’m sure the local Chinese restaurants everywhere will suffer from the worry.

    I’m glad you are making friends. We felt the same way when we moved here but now have many friends.

  2. Beautiful sharing! All your family take such wonderful pictures (I meant that as subjects, obviously all great photographers too though!). I know exactly what you mean about friendships later in life. I am grateful for that as well.

  3. I love the ability to connect that is available to us these days . . . priceless!! Darling photos of Jaymison testing out his tongue. I am glad that you are making new friends in this new place. It takes real effort to establish new friendships, at any age!

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