Thursday, October 26, 2006

More pics ...

Here is my first family pic and also the first of several bunny pics.
We spent Sunday at mom and dad's house and also visited with my brother and his family. We had a really good time. Mom's surgery is still on for this coming Monday, October 30th and my brothers is Nov. 1st. So we wanted to get in a good visit before all the action starts. It is still raining over here in Central. I think we have met our quota. You can stop for a while now.
I am kind of on the slow mode today, feeling pretty good just sluggish. My port is still concerning me since it (the hole at the suture line) is getting pretty deep. No pain, redness or fever, praise God. "Acknowledge Him in all your ways and He will make your paths straight". So Lord, I am acknowledging you in this situation. You are in control.

The bunnies are just about as low maintenance as you can get. They don't need to be walked and they do not bark. They are slightly lower on the food chain - if that has anything to do with it. This picture is of a 'Black Checkered Giant'. She is a healthy active one. I also have a New Zealand White - he is the buck (boy). He is a beautiful white with the pink inner ear, nose and reddish eyes. The four other females I'll introduce later. They don't like to share the lime light.

Colossians 3:23-24
23 Whatever you do, do your work heartily,
as for the Lord rather than for men,
24 knowing that from the Lord you will receive
the reward of the inheritance.
It is the Lord Christ whom you serve.

He said whatever you do. Have a great Friday. Be a blessing. George.


Stacie said...

Good Pics! Looking forward to seeing you all tonight at Homecoming.

Russell said...

Be encouraged today, my friend. You are beloved and cherished as one who is special. Special enough to be chosen to walk a journey that many could (or would) not in a manner that glorifies God. Special enough to take intimate details of the journey from mind, soul and body and convey them in writing with "real" words and "spiritual" words. Special enough to be entrusted by our Lord with the grace and wisdom to make a difference in the lives of many others as they witness your manner of obedience and steadfastness. Love ya'