|Ready to be inspired!|
|The four young ladies of the Bosnia zone!|
|Almost every zone conference I get a request to make cinnamon rolls|
|Elder King (in the middle) is actually about 6" taller than everyone else!|
|Elders Hole and Hardy who serve in Tuzla, the smallest of the Bosnia cities.|
|This picture is older, but still shows |
how much Iman loves Amani!
|Asja and Zaid from a previous show last year.|
They will compete again this year as well.
|Iman S. competing last year.|
|Merima is so passionate about horses and has been|
working so hard to improve her riding!
|Tea and her beautiful black Fresian, Epke.|
|Esma is very excited to ride Gypsy in her first show!|
|This picture if from last fall. The young missionaries help each week with my |
Riders of Hope lessons. This rider will also compete in the show next month.
|Because of Mala Sirena, he has hope for his future.|
|Horse, child, smiles...nothing more needs to be said.|
|How could a teacher not allow this child to be in the classroom?|
|Nothing brings my heart greater joy than smiling faces!|
|The hug says it all. Adisa is one of the greatest champions for|
children with disabilities that I have ever met. Because of her
and those who work with her, children in her program have
a much brighter future.
And while I am finding home in this new place, my family still holds my heart, still is my eternal home. AND.... I get to spend Mother's day with some of them. Only about 12 hours until I get to hug at least a few of these special people. I can't begin to tell you how excited I am! I just wish they could all be here!
|We got to an amazing couple of days with |
Brayden and Erica last month!
|Kellan is enjoying time with his other grandma,|
but we will get to see him in less than 9 months!
But Britni and Richie will be here in the morning!
|Brennen and Amy are enjoying Europe and I will be|
enjoying them for Mother's Day!
|So excited to see Briel and Mitch in the morning!|
|Wish they could be here too, but love and miss |
them all more than they could possibly know!
Home. No, it is not a place, but a feeling. A feeling of belonging, of feeling of acceptance and a feeling of love. It can be found anywhere you are if you look.