Wednesday, March 19, 2014


It's that time again-- time to move! I'm back to making lists of what can go first, the essentials we need to live for a while, and what can be packed up until we settle down somewhat more permanently. I'm so thankful we don't have to go far this time, just a few miles down the road! This house has been such a blessing, and we're looking forward to the next one as well.... actually, we're moving into a house we lived in 15 years ago, so it's a bit like going back in time!

Garry got home last weekend and it's been so much fun to hear about his time at Moody Aviation and with his sister and her family. He really enjoyed being part of the audit process,  working with a great team of guys, and getting to know people at Moody Aviation a bit better. We're excited about what God has in store for Moody Aviation and for us.... and how our paths may continue to intersect.

Now it's back to the mess at my house.... actually, I think I'm in the process of making a mess at the moment!

Thursday, March 13, 2014

Almost week's end...

Some weeks feel short and some feel long. (Profound, I know....) This has been a long week. Late nights. Lots going on. Unanswered questions and unexpected answers to other questions. Long conversations. Lots of dirty dishes and dirty clothes.... but that's every week.

Garry gets home on Saturday and I'm ready to start counting the hours. It sounds like he's had a very profitable time there. I think he's enjoyed himself. He's found answers and questions. He's worked with a great team. He's learned lots. And I can't wait to hear the whole story when he gets here!

The boys and I have stayed busy with life. Kevin is training hard and working. Kaleb is studying hard and doing animation. We've had fun with friends and fun together. And now we'll just be happy to get back to the norms that prevail when Garry is home to help us go to bed on time and be more sane...

Friday, March 07, 2014

Spokane for Safety

Garry's in Spokane for just over a week, attending a Safety Seminar and helping Mission Safety International do an audit for Moody Aviation. I haven't been able to talk to him yet, but I can't imagine that it's anything but good to be back in the aviation world and seeing many friends there.

His trip started a little crazy with a cancelled flight, us getting stuck in the ditch on the way to get him, and another long delay the following day. However, he arrived in Spokane around midnight last night and texted that he was enjoying the seminar today.

Things for us are beginning to take some shape as time passes. Clarity still isn't ours, but we believe it will come in time. Meanwhile, we're enjoying the journey and the opportunities God is giving to be involved in people's lives and aviation in various ways.