Main Street, Chewelah, WA. As my sister says, our own little Shire.
Valentine’s Day Tea. We served our guests rooibos and oh-so-good sugar cookies, brie, and green apples.
Lake Roosevelt in February. So many memories here. It was a privilege to share this experience with my kids.
Ferry to Inchelium, WA on the Colville Indian Reservation. We shared at Inchelium Community Church and drove through St. Michael’s Mission. Our childhood home looks much better in my memory before we moved off the reservation!
Baby Evangeline is four weeks old. We cannot imagine life without her! Thank you God for a new life and new destiny in you. You have ordained praise from her lips to silence your enemies. I am feeling much better after a quite awful post-partum experience. My husband is glad to have his wife back! We are plugging away with homeschool hoping to catch up from the 5 weeks we took off in December. We love and miss our dear friends in Missouri and our little house in the woods. But we press on toward the goal in Christ Jesus! No looking back. Hugs from the Roets’.