There are many things about life I don’t understand but have chosen to accept. Why?
I believe with all my heart that God is in control, always has been, and always will be.
After spending two glorious days in the breathtaking Smoky Mountains we headed toward Florida. On Monday we made it to Macon, GA when we received a phone call. Robert’s son, Corey told us the news.
His grandfather Robert’s ex-father-in-law had unexpectedly passed away.
He had taken his own life.
Photo courtesy of Gary Rushing
So we turned around and made our way to Missouri to offer our support to a grieving family with Corey in the forefront of our thoughts. Yes, when we arrived we found sadness,but also strength, unbelievable strength.
God had surrounded this family with His unexplainable love and comfort. The days following were filled with hugs, tears, storytelling, food and beverages, services, visits from friends, and laughter.
REST IN PEACE
Gary Francis Barnes
March 15,1949-September 6,2010
On a lighter note, I visited with some of my co-workers from last year. They are a delightful group of ladies who always bring a smile to my face. Kathy, Rexanna, Margaret, Dawn, Debbie, Shirley, Jeanette,and Diana. It was wonderful seeing them again! thanks for the yumalicious cookies
I MISS Y’ALL!
don’t forget your promises~
Can anyone say, “Shoetree?”
Captn Dave’s Little River Artistry
We’ll resume our travels on Sunday.
Last but not least, WELCOME NEW FOLLOWERS!
It thrills me!