Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Wedding! Oh and other things...

My dad commented the other day that I hadn't blogged in awhile so I figured I better get on it.

Hi Dad!

But I'm going to skip the obligatory "Sorry I haven't blogged in awhile, I've been..." and just head straight into the big news.

Erik's brother Tony got married this last weekend. My kiddos are so excited to have another Aunt! So, Welcome to the family Aunt Kendra! (I'm also excited to have another sister in law!)

Erik was a groomsman and Ivan was the ring-bearer. They both looked quite handsome.

And I've got a million pictures to sort through but I thought I'd just share a few.

Also life has just been crazy.

Last night I performed "The Story of Gomer" for a Village Missions Pastor's Conference in Cannon Beach. It was really fun being able to share the story again and I already have a few offers to come perform it at other churches in the near future! I'm quite excited about these opportunities that God is presenting. It's quite humbling to be used of God and quite scary.

Tulips are blooming in my yard. The seeds I planted in the garden a few weeks ago are slowly sprouting and just a few little green shoots are venturing above the surface of mud. Sadly I think many seeds were drowned.

My sister Mindy is at Ecola Bible School for the spring term and we're loving having her around. At least once a day Miss Moddy asks for "Minny". Though sometimes she asks for "Bethy" (Aunt Beth) and I have to tell her that "No, we're just going to see Aunt Minny right now".

Hopefully I can get back into the habit of sharing more often. But often that's "a pie-crust promise, easily made, easily broken."

Name that movie.


Pastor Ron said...

Emily, it was so wonderful to see you at the VM conference and to watch your performance of Gomer!

You are my show and tell posting this coming Wednesday at

The Cloth Addict said...

I can't name the movie, it's on the tip of my tongue and it's driving me crazy!

Wonderful pictures, thank you for sharing. Ivan looks so handsome in his tuxedo!

So glad your performance went well and it is exciting that you have had offers to perform it at other churches.