Building Memories

One of the greatest priviledges we have as a parent is to build good memories with our children.  Todd drove to PA today because he is speaking at Cherryville Wesleyan Church tomorrow.  Matthew went with him and last I heard they were splashing around in the hotel pool.  Today is my day with Aaron.  We went to Target and looked at everything in the store.  I told him he could stay as long as he wanted and he did.  Whew!  I let him pick out a few things for himself.  He chose dirt (potting soil), seeds, chocolate muffin mix and some basketball cards. We also looked at flip flops but did not see any that called out his name. When we got home I sat in a chair by the front door and worked on a Bible study while he planted and weeded.   I took a few photos of him working and he liked that. After working hard for two hours he looked at me and said “Momma, I feel so happy in my heart.”   I smiled and said “I do too, son.”

“He who goes out weeping carrying seed to sow, will return with songs of joy, carrying sheaves with him.”  Psalm 126:6