Monday, June 29, 2009

Yes, they are!

Engaged! John gave Melanie a ring on Saturday afternoon. It was so much fun. The two families were able to witness it "from afar". Thanks for including us, you two!

Monday, June 22, 2009

Happy Father's Day

Some sharp Gossett men - May God continue to use them for His glory!
Scott, you have been such a godly example for our boys! I love you, Sandra

We are so blessed with a wonderul "Papa". Pam sent Papa this shirt for Father's Day. (I didn't realize it was in the pic - notice the aerial view of our house. A few months ago a company came by showing us the view - pretty cool? It was made in Sept. 08 - the Renstrom car was there- they were in town for a Bama game)

From a Gigi's heart - isn't this just precious?

Sunday, June 21, 2009

Ukraine Mission Trip 2009

We are back. It was amazing. We have been getting ready for our report to the church, so I'll post more later. Here is my favorite picture! Creation being taught at the foot of Lenin!

Friday, June 5, 2009

Did I hear someone say "Baseball"?

Hudson is our little ball player - baseball right now. He found these shoes of Uncle John's in the garage, Uncle Seth's batting helmet, and play gloves in the toy box - his outfit! He played with this all day yesterday at Gigi's house. He is ready! Play ball!

Ever made a nail drag?

Here's one that John and Papa made for Westminster's baseball field. Cool, hey?

Thursday, June 4, 2009

Basket Class

Just thought you'd like to see another progression of our baskets. Every other Tuesday from 9-12 we (Mama, Papa and Sandra) go to one of our neighbors, who offers classes. We are the only ones in this class. I'm not sure if it is because we are so good or bad, but we really enjoy it! We are always amazed at Papa, the engineer, his baskets are always more "squared" than ours. You can always pick his out. This particular basket has a divider in it, where you can carry 2 pies.

Monday, June 1, 2009

Happy Birthday, Papa Ward

Today was Papa's 78th birthday. We celebrated by taking him to a quaint little diner downtown on the square. Afterwards, we took him to the Veterans Memorial Museum in Huntsville. He really enjoyed it and wants to go back and spend some more time there. He finished his day by working in his garden- squash and cucumbers soon! (Sorry they are out of order - I couldn't move them for some reason!)