Applesauce was on the docket for Pat and Heidi in November. 35 quarts later the apples are gone.
Basketball season is upon us. Andrew is playing on a team with 5 or 6 guys depending on the night. Needless to say, he’s getting a lot of playing time. He even sits the Varsity bench and got to go in last week for a minute or two.
College life agrees with
Driver’s ed. is where Andrew is headed in March. There go the insurance premiums.
Early morning seminary keeps Heidi busy. Andrew is also experiencing this joy.
First buck for Andrew was shot on opening afternoon of the gun deer season.
Grandchild #3 is due in March. Cami is hoping for a sister.
High jumping continues in the family as Andrew competed in Jr. High track and field and will again in high school.
Joy! That’s the feeling of a great family and wonderful friends like you.
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Many miles is what Pat puts on with all his travels working for the Green Bay FM Group.
Nauvoo was our destination in August. Cami came with us. That was a treat. She did great being away from Mom!
Officiating season is officially upon us. Pat is busy many nights each week and
Pat is still busy as the stake president. Apparently his title is intimidating to any potential suitors for
Quiet is how our home was while the Gourleys were off camping in the summer.
Running the high school track program as head coach was a new experience for Heidi. Thank goodness for a great assistant coach.
Tom was released as a church service missionary in November. He served for 2 1/2 years.
Umbrellas were needed all summer with lots of rain in
Volleyball officiating filled Heidi’s fall. It’s a very nice income for minimal work. Way better than coaching!
(Hoffman) Wood Fiber is where Tom and Heidi spend their Wednesdays. It’s strange to see Tom driving the “Bobcat" but he does it well.
eXtra tall is what I may be buying Andrew. He’s 6’1” at 15 years old. He’s very proud that he’s the tallest one in the family.
Zippidy-do-dah! Tom is still involved in Special Olympics. He did very well this year as he qualified for state in all three sports he competes in.
At this time of year, we’re very thankful for the knowledge that Jesus Christ was born and subsequently died for each of us. We’ve enjoyed another year of happiness in our home. We are blessed beyond measure. Some of those blessing come as we keep in contact with you.
May you have heaven’s blessings upon you and your family this Christmas season.
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