It has been a REALLY long time since I actually wrote something on here.
Jason got home from his desert oasis in November.
We celebrated Thanksgiving in South Carolina, and Christmas in Virginia.
He started at his new command in December.
Jason was ordained in January.
I finished up another semester of grad school in April.
In May, I attempted to start the summer session, but had to drop my classes.
Frances and I also went for a visit to Jason's and my alma mater, where she will be attending in the fall.
I went to Orlando in May for a Marriage Conference for counselors.
Frances graduated from high school, and a bunch of family and friends came and helped celebrate.
Jon finished 9th grade.
Heather finished 8th grade and was accepted to the Global Studies and World Languages Academy (where her sister just graduated from).
Justin finished 6th grade.
Leah finished 4th grade.
Katherine finished 2nd grade.
There were final band performances for 4 different bands.
There were awards ceremonies at 5 different schools.
One motorcycle has been in the shop 3 or 4 times.
The AC quit working.
The water was turned off for 48 hours.
Jason went to Orlando for training for 5 days.
Jason came home for 5 days.
Jason left for San Diego, to be gone for 38 days.
We got news that Jason may be going back to his desert oasis in September or October.
One sister-in-law was diagnosed with two types of cancer.
A neighbor was diagnosed with two types of cancer.
The three oldest kids went to Kodiak camp for a week.
The two youngest kids went to VBS for a week.
Now that you're all caught-up with my last few months, I am going to try to keep this up-to-date again. We'll see if it works. And any prayers you are willing to pray for us will GLADLY be accepted.
Saturday, June 23, 2012
Our oldest graduated from high school on June 14th.
I cannot say how proud I am of her and the beautiful young woman she has become.
I love the sweet spirit she portrays, and the servant heart she has.
I cannot wait to see what God does with her over the next few years!
Posted by Laura Paxton at 7:07 PM