Why I Won’t Wear Dress Shoes To Church

March 31, 2014

  1. Bob says:

    Great post! I really like the journalistic style of sharing your families adventure. It’s a serious bind we find ourselves in wanting to share great spots we find but not anyone else to go there which would likely ruin it. Lol your kids will so love these memories.

    • Alan says:

      “So Much of Abundant Living Boils Down to Creating Smiles”
      Glad to see you all realizing the truth of that statement.
      Remember what I said at your wedding?

      Great blog entry!

      • eryn@lynum.us says:

        The words for that heading actually were inspired by your words from my wedding. I think of what you said that day quite often 🙂

    • eryn@lynum.us says:

      I agree! I was so thankful our friends shared this spot with us. Back in Milwaukee, we had our “gem spots”; favorite spots we mostly kept to ourselves or shared with close friends. Every family should have some of those places.

  2. mdanielsen@t6b.com says:

    Great blog. I really enjoy reading all you have to offer. You are surely blessed. Thank you for your blog!

  3. Betty Fiebig says:

    Really enjoyed this blog. We don’t have the beautiful waterfalls and hills but we still enjoy walking on the beach and watching God’s beautiful creation from the ocean to the birds and fish and the beautiful sky changing from dawn to sunset. Enjoy this time with your precious sons–memories to last a lifetime.

    • eryn@lynum.us says:

      Thank you, Betty

      The ocean sounds downright wonderful right now. We are headed to Florida in August, and hoping to drive way of the gulf Coast, and I cannot wait to enjoy another aspect of God’s creation!

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