Monday, October 29, 2007


Yesterday after church was over, I was trying, on my own, to get the girls organized and into the car. Yeah. That's pretty much like a herding a bunch of cats. They were running around, chasing each other and squealing, and at one point when I turned my head for a nanosecond, Elaine ended up in the pastor's study. (Let me just digress here a moment and say, this is why I have only two kids. That way there's one hand to grab each back of the collar.) I finally got them into their coats and I said to Lucy, "We need to find Dad. Do you know where he is?"

She gave a big, patient sigh and said, "I don't know, Mom. I'm sure he'll turn up."


Ann-Marie said...

Hi, Alice! I'm Ann-Marie Soderstrom, Juliet Heilman's daughter. I just had to stop by your blog and say "hi."

You and your husband have been such an encouragement to Mom and Gary! They talk about you and your girls all the time! I'm so glad you go to First with them.

Hope you are having a great day!

Juliet said...

Well, I see my daughter has connected with you! I love your's good that God didn't give us more than two hands or you would be having more:>)