Coffee with Gabe & Abby at Little Nashville in Brown County, it was a great trip!
B.Rider. World famous rapper, and 1 finger apple smasher.
Dr. Williams in his element teaching Old Testament.
I joint her majesties army. #Brits #Notaxationwithoutrepresentation
Beautiful day at Gabe and Abby’s house.
LHA Young Adults.
At the movies seeing Finding Dory.
Shes obviously photogenic. We love to chill together. Oh, and play blocks.
1812 with this guy… Not really sure who he was, though.
This was for Hailey’s proposal, I was cleaning crap out of a cow stall to make it all pretty inside.
Carmel latte at The Abby Coffee #Coffeelover #Latte #Coffee
This girl is!! Look at that smile!
Youth group night camp fire at Pastor Jeremy’s.
Physical Assessment class… We were checking for breast cancer that day lol.
Our first engagement photos.
#Appleworks Bamboo maze.
We just looked hot that day.
Pumpkin Patch with Bae, Gabe, and Abby! #Appleworks
Is Dis Your Pumpkin?
This sweet little girl. I laid her down that night and turned off the light. I then said, “Are you ready to pray?” Then she wispered, “Yah,” and closed her eyes. After I finished I told her goodnight and said I loved her, then she say, “I luv you too,” and reaches up to give me a hug and kiss. She wispered the whole time, starting when I turned the light off, as if that meant whisper time lol.
Chloe has the best faces!
Not to sure where we were heading to.
Do not say, “Why were the old days better than these?” For it is not wise to ask such questions. Ecclesiastes 7:10
When you’re stuck in the past you have no hope for the future. Memories are fragments of the past meant to be enjoyed, reflected upon, and used as reminders. Too many times I find myself straying in my mind, to simpler times. Times when my problems didn’t seem so overwhelming, when my choices were less difficult, and when my heart was more light.
New memories are often difficult to make when you head is clouded by the past. Some things will never measure up, but they can be just as good–only, it is in different ways. In times of hardship, hold onto the best of memories, but hold closer to Christ. Jesus is our strength for today, and in him we find our hope for tomorrow.