Tuesday, April 6, 2010

More Nathan.

My handsome son, in rehearsal on Easter Sunday.


Packing his suitcase. Striking a pose.


Without “the pose.”


These are scenes to make a mama’s heart weep—a college son, packing his stuff to leave.



My two favorite kids at the airport.



And he’s gone. Sniff.


In other pictorial news, I mentioned yesterday that Sarah was in a dramatic musical number for Easter Sunday. Here she is with her cohorts.


We'll be gone today to get my MRI results. I’ll update again when we get home.

Scary day!

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Bridgette said...

Praying for safe travels and good results!!!

Michelle said...

Keeping you in my prayers, Becky.

Anonymous said...

Thinking and praying for you all.


MaryH said...

Just back from a few days off - much to catch up on. Prayers specifically for you Becky and the results of the MRI. Praying for Meagan and her recovery from surgery, poor child - that will be a long recovery but she has such strength and love surrounding her. I am praying for resolution to your housing issues - specifically the sale of your other house and repair decisions to be accomplished with minimal or no economic burdens. I was very interested in the discussion about the Peach Angel - all views expressed are so poignant and relevant and necessary, yet should be unneccessary. I saw truth in all opinions and/or reasons and I am thankful such discussions can be made and can be understood and will change us.

P.S. I can see the worry and sadness and stress in your eyes, Becky. Praying for the peaceful and sparkly eyes to return soon. Prayers and hope for all you face.

Anonymous said...

My prayers and thoughts are with all of you as you face this scary day with your usual grace. You are an amazing family and an inspiration to many. Hugs to all of you.
Linda in Pittsburgh

Anonymous said...

Did Sarah's stick group do "Arise my Love" for Easter?

Unknown said...

Praying for good news and safe travels. God will keep you close!

Anonymous said...

Hopefully this will be your last 'scary day'. Once you know how invasive the enemy is, you can gather your strengths (of which you have many), and fight with with the same energy you fought Sarah's cancer. A plus for you, to have Sarah, the survivor, at your side.

Kathie mayo

Anonymous said...

fish sticks.... clever!

been praying for you today, becky

mrs pam

LeeAnne said...

Becky, I am praying like crazy that something happens SOON on the housing front!! Too stressful, for sure. I will keep you in my prayers as you move forward with the surgery. Such a very scary decision but sounds like the best one. Peace and comfort to you all as it approaches.