Sunday, May 13, 2018
Friday, March 2, 2018
The 'big girls' had given the younger kids a very special gift for Christmas. A day at the museum of Science in Boston!
It was a wonderful day with lots of hands in activities ...they. July and raced a bob sled, walked through a mirror maze, interacted with science centers in the human body, and did some of the shows! It was fun!
I even learned about this underwater fish trap that was found in the back bay of Boston. It was believed to be built by Native Americans if the area. It was fascinating...science with history...how cool is that!
A wonderful day for our family!
Tuesday, February 13, 2018
Thursday, January 18, 2018
We've had most of the kids and dad sick....two were left standing. One of those darling boys was scheduled for day surgery too! We are so grateful he stayed healthy!
Dad is off traveling across country for work, sick kids and a surgery in the middle of the week....surgery two hours away in the middle of snow that mounted to about 7 inches. We returned home late that night tired but grateful to see the bright lights coming up the hill! The cool thing?? We pulled into a cleared driveway. The troops were rallied...those that were healthy...to clear the driveway by big sister when she returned from work.
Everyone is on the mend and dad is on his way home in the morning...busy, yes! Impossible? No...totally awesome to be a part of this team! Go team Lowman!
Saturday, December 30, 2017
This morning we know they are rejoicing over two sweet children asking Jesus into their hearts!
There are many happy tears in celebration!
God is good ....ALL the time!
Tuesday, October 10, 2017
Catching Up On Our Fall....
It seems we blinked and and we are in October already! Time is soaring by but it is good.
We've spent our fall entrenched in our studies…books, projects and the great out doors makes for an exciting school day where everyone falls into bed at night…happy and healthy.
Here is one of our first day of school photos…
We've been hiking a bit more…
To our beloved Deerfield fair….
Horse back riding, Maranatha fun day…we did a ride up to see the beautiful NH color on the Kangamungas Highway…that was spectacular! We've been entrenched in a few service projects too.
Our kiddos have made big strides….one was diagnosed with dyslexia this summer. We've done intense work with him and during our group read aloud….he recently requested a book. He said, “Mom, its like magic in my head when I read. I can see the picture in my mind,”. How cool is that? Seriously? It makes all of the hard work that we put in this summer with school pay off….a beautiful thing.
We are missing Jason as he zooms across the country with the International Alert Mobile Response Unit. He has been on the front lines to some of the disasters, met some amazing ministry leaders working out there, was in the same room as Vice President Mike Pence and Franklin Graham and is currently working in Pennsylvania at a Father Son Leadership Conference…one that he was an attendee last year with his own dad. He is loving his adventures but says he is ready to come home. We are excited for all that the Lord had provided for him…it has grown and stretched him in so many ways. We are so grateful for the Alert Cadet and Alert programs and the influence it has had on our families.
Well…that's all for now. Hoping to catch up here a bit more regularly. Happy Fall Ya’ll!