This is a chronicle of our time in Turkey.
Looks wonderful. So good that we all share life with one another! It's so rich. Doesn't the B talk about exhorting one another? I don't believe that is restricted to lofty spiritual matters but also includes the pure goodness of God in our lives.You certainly exhort your readers Sara. Thanks so much for sharing even the ups and downs. Melanie
I remember taking our oldest to Philippi and how she exclaimed over and over about "all these big rocks!" Not every kid who can climb over old ruins! :)
Hi Friend ~ Just took the time to catch up on all your vacation posts to date since the holidays. Wow. Amazing. I love traveling the world through your eyes - of course, I wouldn't mind doing through my eyes either ;) but until that day, thank you for sharing!I watched my first episode of the Martha Stewart show the other day - I can't remember why - I hardly ever have time for tv - but anyway, it was time well spent. She took us on a tour of Cappadocia! Of course it was beautiful, and somehow I felt privileged because I had already visited there once before through your eyes. I have to admit, her video segments were amazing - watching them hand weave carpets - (I had no idea!) - and hand paint all those intricate designs on the pottery - (I don't know how I thought it ended up that way, but geez!) - but having all of your personal anecdotes in my mind, your "restaurant" experiences, and "seeing" your sweet family hanging out here or there made it all the more intriguing.Again, thank you for taking the time to share. I know with a family, finding time to not only record your memories, but to share them with others, just isn't easy.Love you and love "sharing" life with you! ~ Kelley
Everyone looks like they had a good time! Esther's so cute with her hand-on-hip pose in her pretty, orange shirt. I know she has a special day coming up too! Hope her Tuesday is wonderful :)
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