Maybe God wishes to teach me a thousand new things, move me from being in a thousand different directions to just ONE, and show me a thousand reasons to BLESS his name. Maybe that is why He moved me 1,000 miles away.
It's a poor quality shot, but as you can see, our herd was welcomed like family by the Eat Mor Chikin' Cow. In fact, you may see us in a promo sometime soon, as the Chick fil a representative had me sign a release form for the rights to our picture. We also were informed that we could win a grand prize of FREE FOOD for an entire month. Imagine that!
Tomorrow the kids and I will dress up like a cow so that we can get a free Chicken Sandwich at Chik fil a. It's worth it.
Chloe leaves for her missions trip tomorrow morning and so I promised to document our lunch experience with photography for her. We could have gone at supper time, but when I suggested it to Roy he said, "you guys can go do that for lunch." Not sure why he doesn't want to dress up like a cow. His loss.
He may be a genius, but he is wearing me out! Benjamin has taken to waking up and needing food every 2 hours. This has been going on for about three weeks now. Could be that he is over 17 pounds and not yet 4 months. He is also biting his fist all the time and drooling....a tooth is on it's way.
At any rate, I'm not exactly finding his counting by twos quite as novel as when Audrey started doing it at 3 years old.
Perhaps it is time for Earth's Best Brown Rice baby cereal. I'm thinking I'm getting some from the store today. Or I could grind up some steak for him.