Our church family, April 2020
Carolyn Adams sent me a text asking if I could share a picture for her because she liked it and wanted others to see it as well. Welp, that sparked an idea - So I sent out a text to a few church members and told them that we are missing their faces! I asked them to send pictures, videos or inspirational/fun quotes. The response was amazing! We have a wonderful church family y'all!!
Thank you to those of you who shared a part of your life with us! We would love to hear from more of you! If you would like to add your picture/quote/video, please send it to email@example.com. Blessings, Tricia
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Carolyn Adams -
Hi Tricia, I wanted to send this picture of the banner that is on the campus here at the Manor. I love it and it warms my heart. God bless them all.
Sandi Johnston -
This chalk art I did last week was a “Love” message 2 my neighbors. The stick figures across the bottom are supposed 2 represent my dog Grover & me & my grandchildren.
Sandy also shared a picture of a "LUV" rock she found. She found this as she was walking along Sand Creek. She thinks that it would be a great project while we stay at home to make these "LUV" rocks and put them around town. I agree!
Larry & Pam Trussell -
We go somewhere almost every day to walk. Keep the bird feeders and corn, etc full for our menagerie of birds and squirrels. Did a 1000 piece puzzle. Visit the grand kids on messenger video. Enjoying getting outside to work on the yard.
Ken, & Lori Knepper -
We enjoyed time together as Brett was home for a month. Brett has returned to his Lawrence apartment. Prayers please for his safety.
Ken and I continue to work full-time. Ken at the bank and I am working my DCF Quality Control job from home. I am balancing watching our 7 year old grandson and helping with his schooling. Enjoying time with his 2 yr old sister too but she is able to go to childcare. We did enjoy Easter together as a family.
Dean & Rita Allmon -
We are doing ok. Working on our yard. On nice days love being outside!!!
Jeri Smith -
God is good. I get up ever day with something I want to accomplish. Sometimes it's big but sometimes it's small and ever day seems to be good. ((Jeri, this video is for you!))
Paul & Rojean DuBois -
Sewing quilt “rows” and masks.
Great grands just came to play on swings and draw with chalk for a bit. Love to see them even with distancing.
Rhonda Tillberg -
Like everyone else, I'm staying home letting my hair grow out while I read, sew, walk my doggie, cook/bake, and FaceTime with family and friends. Glad to hear everyone is doing well.
Mark & Jenny Gihring -
Enjoying our morning coffee with Craig and Dixie!
Susan Brack -
Stay Home, Stay Reading, Stay Connected!
((I love it that he is in a box with a a book and a computer!))
Greg & Ladonna Schmidt -
Enjoying this beautiful weather! Can't wait to get some flowers to plant! ((looks like they have been FaceTiming with Lindsay and Kendall - and their dogs too!))
Kathy Randall -
Masked up courtesy of Rojean. I'm enjoying the beautiful day at Washington Rd Park, after eating lunch in my car.
Bev McGee -
It was Melissa's 45th birthday yesterday, I'm visiting while distancing myself and my brother Ron is visiting too! I made cinnamon rolls, rather than a cake.
I stay busy taking care of my yard, walking, watching birds & movies, and reading the Daily Bible. I've enjoyed the Sunday Services that are provided online and calls from Nate & Scott.
Have a great day!
Brad & Becky Cooper -
This is a picture of our Son Conner and his Fiancé Casey, he proposed on February 29th and she said yes.
This is a picture of my basement chalkboard I use everyday to teach kids online.
And the packets Brad and I put together for my 18 students.
Scott & Addie Perkins -
Here is Cooper and Scott roasting
marshmallows in our backyard!
Nate & Julie Regier -
S'mores from fire pit in back yard
Kids homeschooling together - high school and grad school classes, with Milo the dog wanting to join
And Nate smoking turkey and rabbit on his smoker
Brent & Michelle Coffman -
Check out our little Easter egg! This is Mallorie's baby, Willow,
born at the end of February. Can't hold her though!
Jim & Donna Anderson -
Jim and I stay busy with our granddaughters, or when on our own, we read, do house/yard chores, knit, jigsaw puzzles, and cook, eat, clean up and repeat! We appreciate the church's services and those giving their talents to those services...Scott, Helen, Kelli, Mary, Vada & company and Tricia. The telephone calls are appreciated also.
Brooklyn and Lexi have been mastering their bikes and we enjoy walks together and lots of games & activities. Brooklyn read a book to me while looking at it upside down. She loves to play school and she is a teacher who requires the student's best! Lexi learned to knit stocking hats. This is a toddler/preschool size one. Maybe it will be on a future "Mitten" tree.
Cameron & Kelley Laswell -
Enjoying family time outside!
John & Pat Morton -
Heres a song they wanted to share!
Brent & Kelli Glann -
Enjoying the beautiful sunshine!
Greg & Mary McGehee -
Crusing main in Newton with Rachelle and Karev. Greg beating me in a game of Stock Market.
Tom & Angela Altum -
Virtually celebrating Colin's 20th birthday, Riding Tom's motorcycle, and Angela's mom and dad (Larry & Rose Thompson) waiving from their Presbyterian Manor apartment.
and me -
Working on things mostly from home. Bowie is a great helper? Taking the dogs on car rides to get out of the house - Bowie is lovin' the car rides! While my old boy Doc would prefer to "nap" most of the day - and wishes Mr. Anderson the cat would learn how to practice social distancing.
My niece Kirstyn just got some baby ducks! And if you know me at all, you know I love dogs and DUCKS! These two are too precious!! Kirstyn is giving them SWIMMING Lessons! ADORBS!
She is looking for name suggestions....
Any clever ideas out there??
Bob & Marilyn Sjorgen -
Since we've been having such inconsistent weather, I've enjoyed my indoor garden!
Libby Trusell -
I’m enjoying seeing people go by as I sit on the porch swing. Let me know if you need masks as I have lots of material and supposed to get 100 yards of elastic—I even made a mask for my stone goose!
Sue Ice -
Sue out for one of her many trike rides!
It has been an absolute
joy to put this together.