This morning, one thing I am thankful for is that I have seen at least half of my grandchildren grow and be intelligent, happy, talented young ladies, and the other three are on their way up too. One of them, Aryn, added another milestone to her abilities. She was honored last night at the volleyball banquet at her school, with a school record. In volleyball, digging is the act of stopping the ball from hitting your side of the court after the opposing team has either spiked or served it to your team. She set a record for her school with 890 digs. In that position, she can move from side to side, wherever she is needed. The others have to pretty much stay in their position.
She never ceases to amaze us and her coaches too. Aryn just goes about doing what she is supposed to do, and never seems to realize she is doing more. She is very competitive and probably that helps her to excel. She is second from left.
She always seems to have fun in doing it!
Yesterday was another granddaughter's 16th birthday. She is such a beautiful, talented girl and we are hoping for great things in her future. She is very artistic, loves to paint, and also loves to write. We have teased her and told her she could write children's books, and draw the pictures for it and they would be best sellers.
Dont get me wrong, the other three grandchildren are very young, but already so far ahead of where I was at their age, it is unbelievable. We are so grateful (pleasing to the mind or senses; agreeable or welcome; refreshing) to be able to share in their lives. We are blessed!
KEEP CHRIST IN CHRISTMAS