Monday, March 28, 2011


Isn't there a song about sisters??? I can't think of it right now.
Jerelyn laughs at me all the time b/c I can never remember lyrics of songs. We would be singing along with the radio in the car on our long road trips in college and I would be saying completely different things than what the song actually said, all along thinking that I had it right. She always laughs at me about it. And we were talking back about that time when we were together this week. Hhahaha. I don't know what it is, but I never know the lyrics of songs. anyways . . . .

I got to go down and visit my sister last week, and this time all our boys were healthy and we enjoyed ourselves fully. Our boys have a hay day playing with eachother and that makes conversation with my sister endless. ;) It's so fun to sit around all day talking about "nothing"

This was one of the mornings
this is a way easier way to feed our boys
Sitting on the kitchen floor
one plate, one fork, all communal. :)

Now don't forget, we fought non stop in gradeschool, highschool, and a lot of college. But now that we are "mature" we get along so well. We are in the same stage of life, and have realized that we understand each other better than most of our friends do. That makes "fellowship" sweet.

I also spent time with my brother Jeff (who is at NIU as a junior) and his girlfriend. Sadly for some reason I have no pictures of them. :( it was so good to see them and spend time with them too. I'm glad it worked out we could spend time together this week. Since as we keep growing older the distance between us (land mass wise) will get bigger and bigger. (part of growing up in a missionary family I guess). Cherishing the moments that we have right now!


Trina Mayfield said...

I absolutely LOVED this post! It sure makes a mother happy to hear how much you guys enjoy spending time together! I loved the pictures of the boys too! I'm just so glad that you got that time with Jerelyn (and family) and Jeffrey (and Rachel)!

Trina Mayfield said...

Oh yea, and by the way, I think you get that forgetting the lyrics to songs from your father. He makes up words to songs ALL THE TIME! And, that communal plate and fork must have come from Guarguar, because that did NOT come from me!:-)

kellyH said...

sisters, sisters...never were there more devoted's an old song, but that's the one me and my sister sing. :)

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