Tuesday, April 29, 2008

Moving On

It's official. For those of you who haven't heard, Mark accepted a position with Caterpillar in...

Joliet, Illinois!

With great joy and a few tears, we are making our way back up to the Midwest.We've felt the Lord's leading in this process and look forward to many new experiences.

We'll be attending the Apostolic Church in Chicago. We are looking forward to being a regular part of a congregation.

We have been immensely blessed here in Georgia and praise the Lord for his grace and mercy.

With love,
Mark & Laura

Monday, April 21, 2008

We go together

I knew Mark and I spent a lot of time together, but I didn't realize other people noticed. One of our typical routines is late in the evening after dinner, we'll go to Wal-Mart to do our weekly grocery shopping. I could go by myself but I don't really like to and if I wait until later it is less busy.

Last week while I was away, Mark had to pick up a few things. He went through the check-out line of one of our usual checkers. As he got to the front she asked..."Missing somebody."

He smiled and replied "She is out of town on a business trip."

I guess other people notice we are joined at the hip.

Thursday, April 17, 2008

Home again

Greetings. It has been a while since my last post due to a trip up North. I was in South Bend, Leo, Roanoke, and Gridley all in the last 8 days. It was wonderful to see so many friends and family. I'm also thankful to be back home with Mark.

Talk to you later.

Wednesday, April 02, 2008

Curious George and Tears

This weekend while Mom and Dad Lindberg were up in Illinois for Great-grandpa's funeral, Mark and I stayed with the kids. We had a wonderful time and the family was a joy to be with.
We decided to rent a movie one night and selected Curious George. Now I loved this moved and thought it was very cute and nicely done. Excellent choice for kids.
Not scary...or so I thought. There is one scene in which Curious George is taken away by animal control. It isn't overly aggressive but...as the scene ends all of a sudden we here this very deep inhale from Rachel. She is notably crying at poor George's fate.

We quickly hugged her and assured her George would be ok. She watched it again Sunday without incident.

Such a sensitive little girl.
Here she is with big brother Josh.