Let the poor say, "I am rich"

What makes us wealthier than having a family? Never in my life have I been wealthy by American standards, and I probably never will be. However, I was raised in a family of faith that treasured art, music, learning, and relationships and because of that, I am wealthy. Although our journey as a family has been difficult, God has been faithful and has brought us through the trials. Yesterday we all gathered for Thanksgiving. Here are a few pictures from the day.

Emily, Amy Jo, and Kayley

SIL Molly with my dad.

SIL Lori and my brother Alan with their son Jonathan.

All the grandkids at the big table!

We like to take pictures. 🙂 This is my brother Lawrence.


Beyond family, Christian friends are God’s greatest blessing. My friend and co-worker Henry gave us a pinata that we had a blast with! Thanks Henry!!

We let the little guys go first so my nephews David and Jonathan got the first whacks. SO much fun!

3 thoughts on “Let the poor say, "I am rich"

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  1. It was unusual having a pinata…but the young ‘uns sure did have fun.I think we should make one in Thanksgiving shapes from now on for each year…a turkey, a sweet potato, a piece of celery, a cranberry….the possibilities are endless.


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