The kids loved the water, even at 65 degrees. We spent at least 2-3 hours swimming, testing out their new boogie boards in preparation for Brasil, canoeing or kayaking. The kids loved exploring the point, they loved time with their grandparents and uncles, aunts and cousins. They loved going to Great Grandma and Big-Pop's house everyday to play checkers, cars, trains, paint, etc. They even slept in every day and Susie and I loved that!
I made a pact to myself, that I would not indulge in any treats while I was up there, except of course the soft serve ice cream at the Wind Chill and S'mores by the camp fire. It worked out well for the whole family as there was never a stretch of more than 1 day before we made a Wind Chill run!
Being at the Lake is always a special gift. This year seemed especially so. To see the kids run around, swim, and enjoy all the Lake had to offer. To be there, knowing that there was not another treatment that Susie had to endure when we got back made it even more special.
After 10 days at the Lake, we are back home. We are trying to make progress with our house, our visa and an overseas training that we will need to complete before we can fully transition to Brazil. Susie has been hard at work preparing for our bi-annual staff conference. She is on the conference team and using many of her creative juices to make it a memorable time. Please continue to keep us in prayer as we navigate some of these details and travel again in a few days for the conference. Thanks for continuing to pray for us and care for us. We truly appreciate it.
For those of who you think I'm talking up Lake George, here is a quote that might put this Lake into perspective:
So thankful for God's gift of Lake George to our family and what a joy and blessing to watch the next generation enjoy and make their own memories at Lake George!ReplyDelete