Sunday, May 22, 2011

Word of the Day

Such a pretty day yesterday and since Gage loves the outdoors, we decided to take him to the small lake and let him throw rocks in the water. This was his first experience at the lake and, being the little dare-devil that he is, he headed straight for the water. Paw had to grab him or he would have ran right on in. Though it isn't deep at this point, it is very cold since this water comes through the dam straight from the bottom of the big lake on the other side. So after letting him put his hand in to feel how cold it was, they settled down on the grassy bank and threw rocks in the water. Paw threw several and then Gage tried his hand at it (obviously they didn't make it into the water) but after throwing several he found his new word for the day..nuh'-run. As soon as he threw or dropped one he would immediately say 'nuhrun' and Papaw would give him 'another one'. LOL

Thanks for looking in on the little guy who so completely fills our lives and hearts.

Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Some Father and Son Time

Just a simple page of Gage and his Dad. Gage is an outside boy...loves anything to do with being outdoors, especially picking Mamaw's flowers. LOL. In this pic it's just a dandelion but he is really fond of my peonies!! and would love to pluck some of my roses but he has learned quickly that they 'bite'.

Kevin is still a little down because of his accident. He's not happy because he can't play and wrestle with Gage right now like they used to do. Also, surgeon says his injury is not healing as well as he would like it to be. Still no guarantee that he will be able to save the little finger. But we have hope, we believe in prayer and we know that God answers in His own time..not ours. Kevin has asked me to thank you all so very much for your prayers. He says "Mom, these ladies don't even know me and isn't it wonderful that they are praying for me anyway?" So, from the entire Hill family....THANK YOU FROM THE BOTTOM OF OUR HEARTS!

Our Beautiful Redhead

A scrapbook page using a picture of my mom that my daddy carried in his wallet for years. The picture was taken in the 1960's so that...