Sunday, April 16, 2006

walking hand in hand

Happy Easter to everyone! I hope all of you had a wonderful Easter filled with moments of remembering Jesus & His sacrifice.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ We had a friend take some pictures in a local park, and he did a fantastic job! Scanning them makes them lose much of their quality, and he's giving me a cd with all of them soon, so I'm going to wait to post most of them. Here is one of my favorites, though.


jettybetty said...

What cute dresses.

Kimberly said...

That is Beautiful! Your girls are precious!

Erica said...

That is definitely a priceless picture to treasure forever. I look forward to you posting some more in the future. You have two pretty girls.

dana dee said...

Hi Jacinda!
Thank you so much for your sweet words on my blog. It is comforting to know that there are others out there struggling with fertility. I am a fertility friend junky. I quit temping this month. After almost 18 months of trying, I finally told God, okay, I'll wait. I know truly that is what he was asking me to do. It is so hard to give up control, but this is one you truly have to surrender or it will drive you crazy!
I'm taking the usual meds to get pregnant, but we are not going to pursue anything any more than that for now. I'm in graduate school and teaching school. Once I have my masters we're going to try harder, and seriously look into adoption. I know more than anything, even a baby, I want to be in God's will for my life.
Thanks for sharing your journey. It made my Monday to hear your encouragement.
Your girls are prescious! I know you are so proud.

SG said...

That picture is priceless! :)

MDM said...

Darling!! Here's sopapilla cheesecake...yum

2 cans of refrigerator cresent rolls
1 and 1/2 c. sugar
1 tsp. vanilla
1 tsp. cinnamon
2 8 oz. packages cream cheese
1 stick of butter

Preheat to 350. Press 1 can cresents on the bottom of a 9x13. Mix cream cheese, 1 c. sugar and vanilla until creamy. Spread over cresents. Cover with the other can of cresents. Melt butter and stir in rest of sugar and cinnamon. Pour over top. Bake for 30 minutes. Can serve warm or room temp. So yummy and easy.

elizabeth said...

What a gorgeous picture! You will treasure it forever!