For 2018

"Life is lived forward, but understood backward. It is not until we are down the road and we stand on the mountain looking back through the valley that we can appreciate the terrain God has allowed us to scale.” Jill Savage

Sunday, June 19, 2011


I had to take the video off - because it plays automatically!



EvaMarie Sa said...

This little movie was so lovely - thank you very much for sharing it! Hope that you've had a lovely Sunday, well still a few hours to go for you - while it's nearly bedtime for me here.


Debbie said...

A beautiful Father's Day video, Sandie!

Ann said...

what a sweet father's day video. Thanks for sharing it. Hope you enjoyed the day

The Boston Lady said...

Sandie, this is what makes a great dad.... connecting with his kids and not worrying about the small stuff. Ann (Like I do :) )

Melanie said...

What a sweet little video. It brought tears to my eyes. Sometimes the things we think are important really aren't.

Susan said...

Hi Sandie...For some odd reason, I was unable to see the video. But from reading the other comments, it sounded like it was a good one.

Hope your day was blessed.Susan

That corgi :) said...

dang late again, couldn't see the video but it does sound like a good one!

hope it was a nice day for you all Sandie!


Thisisme. said...

What a sweet little video to celebrate Fathers Day with. Thank you for sharing it with us. Hugs.

Ginny said...

I hope you come back rested and refreshed!! Love the video! If she hadn't left the phone on, you know she would have yelled at him when she got home!

Katie Dodge said...

Loved the video! Thanks for sharing! :)

Wsprsweetly Of Cottages said...

How WONDERFUL this was. I enjoyed every single moment of it...Thank you for sharing!
Many hugs!

Jackie said...

oh my goodness...tears everywhere! Thank you for this. This was a strange reminder to me that while I am alone for a couple of weeks, my husband is being an incredible example to our 20-year-old son while they are on a short term mission trip to Africa. I will be okay alone. It is worth it for what he is investing in our son and in the lives of so many.