Sometimes you just have to stop to smell the roses.

Or in this case, wildflowers.

I have a lot I want to blog about but it's just gonna have to wait a little while longer. After a 7-day unplanned (and very unprepared for) trip including approximately 30 collective hours in the car with two bitties, it's safe to say that we are all in need of some decompressing and recharging! The funeral was beautiful, which I plan to write about later. It was great to see friends and family and I owe the world to "Aunt Tienya" and "Uncle Tony" for letting us invade their calm and serene and kid-free and BEAUTIFUL house for an entire week. But boy is it good to be home!

I have a prayer request I'd like to add. My uncle and Rick's aunt are both in ICU. Ken was admitted a week ago today for liver enzyme issues and he was put on dialysis a few days later. It came on very suddenly and from what I understand he is in very critical condition but is slowly making progress). They are trying to get him stable enough so he can fly back to California where he lives (he is in Oklahoma right now since he flew in for the funeral). And Laura had a heart attack on Friday. She's gone through 2 surgeries so far (I believe the first was a single bypass and the second was to repair damage). Every day she's improving but I think she still has a long road ahead of her. If you think about it, we would so appreciate you lifting them up in your prayers. Thanks!


Jocelyn said…
Your family is in my prayers!
Tienna said…
Those pictures are amazing, Kels. Love them! It was a joy having you guys. I wish I could have kept you all (even Rick, but shhhh...dont' tell him I said that).
Tracye said…
So pretty! I've been looking (for weeks now!) for large patches of bluebonnets for pictures... with no luck!

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