"In him we have redemption through his blood, the forgiveness of sins, in accordance with the riches of God's grace
that he lavished on us with all wisdom and understanding." Ephesians 1:7-8

Monday, October 31, 2011


Last Thursday afternoon we prepared to complete the next phase of our yard work project. We had our flower bulbs and pansies and were ready to plant! However, this time my eager workers were much more easily distracted. They helped me with some digging, watering, dropping in bulbs but then disappeared to the back yard. I was grateful for their help, but was also pleased to find them playing their own version of football.
They were both so happy. Laughing and yelling and having a great time. It was a beautiful afternoon.

Tackling was the one skill they seemed to understand about the game of football. 
Physically they are pretty evenly matched. Luke has more height, but Ethan is strong and feisty! 
(Don't worry...there were no tears! Just happy laughter.) 

They tackled and wrestled every chance they could and then they'd jump up and go back to the 
home base and start again. Clearly they were mixing several sports all into one. :) 

 It was hilarious to watch. I found myself mesmerized watching their game. So thankful to see them enjoying one another and tiring each other out. I wish I snapped a picture of Aaron. Surprisingly, he stood in the corner of the yard just watching his brothers. Considering he is the sports fanatic of the family, maybe he was displeased they weren't playing the game right? :)

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