It has been a minute…. and a bit….

So, HELLO…. yes it has been a minute… and a bit. Let us catch up….

So, in February, after more than a year of effectively avoiding getting sick with Covid19, it hit our home. We didn’t do anything different than what we had already been doing but it came. We weren’t wearing masks or following the mainstream. We were living life per our trust in God. Now my husband ended up in the hospital February 20th, as he waited too long to get checked out. I refused to do anything other that care for our son and myself. Through a difficult journey he was discharged on April 1st.

Covid brain fog is a definite thing. If anyone tries to tell you it is fake… they are highly incorrect. It has taken me 6 months to get my thought processes back as they were prior to being sick.

Through an attack of fear, our doctor was able to talk my husband into getting the vaccine in July and a second dose in August. His body is now attacking itself based on a hyperactive, hypersensitive immune response to the antibodies he apparently already (and still) had.

August 29th we rode out a hurricane when we were supposed to be leaving on a history tour of north and west America. Obviously we were a bit delayed until we settled the house and through out all the food in our freezers and refrigerator.

Ultimately, we remapped ourselves and took off later in the week. We traveled through 13 states seeing so much of God’s creation and how He is a magnificent artist. We learned about history and amazing little towns that we had no idea they were part of American history.

Now we are back home, restarted curriculum learning, in-person church, small groups, recovering from a month long vacation, working on creating books of all the pictures telling the story of our country and God’s beautiful creation.

Living one day at a time, walking in step with Christ. Trusting in God for what is next.

Joshua 1:9  Have I not commanded you? Be strong and of good courage; do not be afraid, nor be dismayed, for the Lord your God is with you wherever you go.”

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