My Pa's funeral was very nice. Nothing fancy at all, and not too long. It was nice that the family spent more time focusing on a great life lived in service to the Lord, rather than the loss of a life. I learned a few things about him that I did not know, including how his brother, who we called Bubba, led him to the Lord. I was so touched!
It was great to see all the family. We haven't all been in one place in a long time, and hope we don't go this long again without seeing each other. Both of my kids did extremely well, given that they had to wake up at 5:30, and spend 3 hours on the road! By 8, the kids were asking me if they could go to bed, and Barb Wire Man and I were barely able to keep our eyes open.
I'm still trying to play catch up (yesterday was laundry day, after all!), so this post won't be terribly long.
Since I don't have much to write about, I thought I would leave you with a few things to check out.
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I pray everyone has a blessed day, and also, thank you to everyone who sent out prayers for my family yesterday. They were felt, and greatly appreciated!