Sunday- February 28- Fruit
Grocery shopping today I bought Anjou pears, mandarin oranges, mangos, Braeburn apples, parsley, cilantro, celery, carrots, peppers, cauliflower, avocados, butternut squash, cucumbers, zucchini, ginger, lemons, and mushrooms in quantities to feed my 5 person family more than generously. What a bounty! All for less than $35. I am so blessed.
Tuesday- March 1- Remember
Today is Boy's 2nd birthday. My family is remembering him today. V has been coloring pictures for Boy and Girl since Sunday, and talking about her good memories of their time living in our home.
Wednesday- March 2- Father
I'm not sure why I so seldom photograph my parents. Typically, they come down from Wisconsin about twice a month and stay overnight. They bring dinner for all of us and leave before the kids take their naps the next day.
During today's visit, Grandma gave us a quilt show featuring her handcrafted quilts. You can see my father reading to V on the couch behind her as she unloads her boxes of beautiful creations. It is such a pleasure to have my parents so deeply involved in my children's lives.
Thursday- March 3- Hear
Romans 10:17 So faith comes from hearing, and hearing through the word of Christ.
Friday- March 4- Love
There are so many ways to demonstrate love to the hurting children involved in the foster care system, to their parents, and to their foster families. If you've got a heart to help, you don't have to be a foster parent yourself. Here's a list of 101 practical ways you can show love Christ's love to people involved in foster care.