It has been the coldest February on record for much of the North West. That is quite a change from our last winter which was spent in the South Pacific. But, despite the somber music, written and sung by my amazing sister last month when we were together, we are enjoying the cold and the snow. We love to look out the window in the morning and see a fresh blanket of white stuff. The Okangan Valley is starkly beautiful any time of year and we are enjoying our time here.
Wow. I love your video and the music. Beautiful voices and photos. Thank you so much. Love and hugs.
Thanks Mimi :). Love you guys!!
I totally enjoy these video clips and your song written and sung by your sister. You brought me great joy today as I’m sitting in the nursing home in Warsaw with my 99-year-old sister who survived a heart attack on February 22, 2019. To God be the glory and honor. Continued blessings. Love you all. Hugs.
Thank you, Ruth! I’m glad it brought a bit of sunshine to your day (dispite all the grey skies and snowy scenes!)
aw. miss you guys, we need to go somewhere sunny and write sunny songs 😉
Yeah!!! So good to glance around and hear your voices!
Love you, Lizzy!!!!
This is quite a change of scenery than we usually see in your posts, but still beautiful. Doug told us of their travel adventures coming up with visiting Kim and Colin, then to Chi City to see Purdue play, then to France w/friends to again spend some time w/you there. The boat is going to seem a little small after all this space for so long. lol Then the water will be your hiway again. We were in Fla from 2/3 thru 3/6 and we shared w/Doug of our adventures there…all ended well <3 So happy that we can share in your adventures…<3 A Janis and U Fred
Hi Fred and Janis,
Great to hear of your adventures! Yes, the boat may feel a bit small when we get back… not least of which becuase the girls are growing at lightling speed! Much Love! Anne
Hi from Northern Michigan
Is there anything you all can’t do or don’t?
Love the video