The Wandering Workentins

The Wandering Workentins ~ Ron & Ali: God loving, couple with two great sons, two delightful daughters-in-loves and five wonderful grandchildren, Max, Opal, Christopher, Treyson and Alexander. Following the Lord wherever He leads. Travel along with us as we visit family, friends, work wherever He lands us all the while trusting Him every step of the way. We enjoy meeting new people and seeing new things along life's journey.

Monday, July 01, 2013

What's Been Happening with the Wandering Workentins ~ Originally published May 21, 2013

Hi there...guess I have been AWOL for a little while.
One day we had to go to Walmart and this guy was parked next to us :)
Guess we must be in the country!!!
Our cousin Monica & her family are in the process of adopting a new little one into their family and so I told her I wanted to make blankets for any new little ones added to their family since her momma is no longer here on earth and able to do that.  This one is for Hiro (pronounced Hero)...can't wait to meet the little guy and see him with his new blanket.  It is going to be sent out on Tuesday next week :)
One morning shortly after Ron left for work and I was sitting on the couch having my quiet time, the sun started to peak up above Amazon so I snapped a picture through the window/screen.  The picture doesn't do it justice and next time I will venture out of the rig to take the picture :)
And our dinner one evening: soft tacos w/Tilapia and cheese and orzo with red, green, yellow bell peppers.  These are Ron's :)
And these are mine.  I use the small tortillas, Ron likes the burrito size ones.
And this is Malachi modeling one of the headbands I have recently made.  Hard to tell but the color is purple not the blue it looks like in the picture.
And looking at the camera.
Thanks Malachi for being such a good sport :)
And we spent a few hours in the tornado shelter on Sunday night and on Monday too.  Ron was under lock down at Amazon during Monday's storms.   He said the hardest thing was knowing I was away from him...I said God was good as I chatted with friends on Facebook, many people were praying for me and others in the middle of the storms.
Monday evening we spent
and all those affected by the tornadoes that touched down.
So many lives were lost and family's homes destroyed...makes me realize that my problems are not as bad as I thought.
Please keep praying for all the family's, first responder's and all those who are in Oklahoma helping those who are in need.

1 comment:

Phyllis said...

Good to see you here in Blogland. And nice to read on Facebook you will be heading back to Branson.