Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Morrison Clan Update

To say that this year has flown by is an understatement.  It seems like only yesterday we were agonizing over sending our Sam to K5 in the "real world".  Just this past week, he graduated and even stood on stage doing some pretty cool surfing moves to the Beach Boys...

Sam is on the bottom left

We cannot begin to express how proud we are of his accomplishments this school year- he far surpassed what we expected! 

Our Zach sailed through 3rd grade with ease, earning the A/B Honor Roll for the year and the opportunity to attend Zoo Camp this summer.  He is beyond excited.  We are also hoping to soon be planning a mission trip to his home country of Guatemala.  He is developing a heart to serve others and we are seeking avenues in which to encourage him to live out his faith!

And Charlie...let's just say he's 2 and everybody knows it!  Love, love, love this sweet boy who entered this world on his own time and still rules it as such.  He completed his first year of WEE school.  He refuses to use the potty, so he may not see WEE school next year (he has to be potty trained to attend 3 year old class).  He loves candy, ice cream and his Daddy.  I can't imagine life without all he brings to our family.

I've just completed my first year as a Part-time School Nurse at the boys school and I loved it.  We are blessed to be apart of a small school with such sweet, good mannered children.  The staff is great!  I'm glad I stepped out in faith and I plan to continue working there next year. 
Jon is busy as ever, which is great!  It's an answer to prayer as I cut back on my work/income.  He has also started doing Street Ministry with a local non-profit group.  So thankful to do life with such an awesome hubby...
Since I actually have time this summer, I'm hoping to get back into blogging more.  We are looking at some challenges coming up and I know I can use some encouragement from the Word!
Sam will be having extensive hip surgery at Shriners Hospital Aug. 20.  This will entail a very long, hard recovery.  I plan to blog our way through this experience in hopes to encourage others along the way...

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