Friday, September 3, 2010
Silly kids! They make me laugh all the time.
We went to feed the ducks next. It was so hot but they really wanted to go. Drew is still a bit scared of the ducks and especially the geese, so he prefers to throw the bread from the safety of the picnic table but......
Monday, August 16, 2010
This picture makes me laugh! I think Madie is saying "Help me Nana" as Rachel is chewing or whispering or doing something she doesn't like to her ear! It was a fun day taking lots and lots of pictures along with bribery, sweating, silliness and whatever else it took to get some good ones. To see more sweet pictures of Rachel and Madie go to www.kimmartinphotography.blogspot.com.
This one is straight from the logo....I love it but just doesn't seem to show up as well.
This one I like too but when being black also is a problem showing up....
And pink text. Just not sure which one and maybe I should try some more.........
So anyway, I've realized I've missed blogging and I'm going to TRY...yes I said try....to keep up better. But I'm not promising you won't get tired of seeing and reading the same things over and over. That's my life....filled with good but ordinary things.
And here is what happened when Ashley tried to "make" him take a bite....he cried and cried!!
For more of Miles birthday photos go to http://kimmartinphotography.blogspot.com/2010/08/happy-first-birthday-miles.html
Thursday, July 1, 2010
Thursday, June 24, 2010
Next we went to Megiddo. On this mountain there have been at least 27 different settlements here and as we walked around everyone found many pieces of pottery, most dating back to the Roman times.
We also toured more water tunnels of the Megiddo Springs.
Then on to Mt. Carmel. Here was the place where Elijah and the prophets of Baal had their confrontation. We read the whole story found in I Kings 18:16-45.
View from top of Mt. Carmel
Our final stop was Caesarea, located on the Mediterranean Sea. It is another place where King Herod the Great built a palace, as well as a Roman type theater and a hippodrome for horse races and other events.
The water was so beautiful here. It was the first time to see the Mediterranean Sea and we wished we could have stayed longer than just a few minutes!!
After a farewell dinner in Tel Aviv, we arrived at the airport to catch a 11:30 p.m. flight home. It was a wonderful trip. Everything was perfectly planned and we did so many interesting things. Our guide was awesome, our group was great, and I feel like it was a once in lifetime trip, to really get to see the Bible come to life. I loved every minute of it!!