Saturday, January 20, 2007

Faith Without Works Is...

























Faith without works is.......what? Freezing cold and ice have been here, but the snow did not come as predicted. Since Bryn and Blake were praying for snow, we had to put some work into it and make it happen. That meant driving 50 miles up the mountain to Alta Sierra. We filled the thermos with hot chocolate and took a bag full of snacks. I will let you decide if they had fun.

11 comments:

  1. I'm having fun just watching them! I know that is a blast!!

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  2. Thanks for dropping by, Karla. I think I had as much fun video taping the kids and taking snapshots as they did sliding down the hills. My little girl is only five years old and this was the first year that she had "no fear" of sliding alone. I can still hear her squeals of delight.

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  3. Soooo cute!!!! I am loving your blog. - Anita Harding

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  4. They definately look like they're having fun. The snow is a blast! Too bad we didn't get any in the valley.

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  5. I love the pictures. I'm sure you had an awesome day!

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  6. I love seeing ya'll having so much fun at the snow. I wish I could drive 50 miles and be in the snow! Being raised an hour from Yosemite we would go up every year and it was so much fun. I love the pictures.

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  7. Oh yes! They are having a ball! They brought a big smile to my face and an awwwww, how precious!

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  8. Sis Allard, they look like they are having a great time, it actually snowed for just a few moments in Glendale Arizona yesterday, it disrupted the Choir Practice, LOL, Love you all, thanx for sharing. Cheri

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  9. Well, you all translated the pictures correctly - smile - the kids had a great time. Thanks for all your comments.

    Cheri - that's funny! Snow in Glendale?!?!? LOL

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  10. OH how I love all of this web page!.. No doubt your children were having much fun playing in that rare "snow visit"... enjoying themselves big time looks like -

    ... Many thanks for including me on your mailing list - can't wait to hear your new C.D. You are probably my most favorite soprano (of course, including Shara).. I love the "softness" of your awesome voice..

    Sounds like you've got life going good for you & yours.. Keep it up & come visit us in Katy when you can.

    Love from cold Texas (without the snow)

    LaVelle Renee Hammer

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