Visit Rebekah's Page to get updates, read messages and send messages to Rebekah and her family through comments. This is a public "diary" of a family whose little girl started a battle with inoperable cancer in April 2005. In December 2007 our house burned down. And in September 2009 Mommy was diagnosed with a terminal disease (a genetic form of ALS) that took her to Heaven in July, 2011, leaving Daddy and two young girls to make it on their own. Over several years of ups and downs, you will get into our hearts, minds and souls as we share joys and sorrows. It can sometimes be very difficult to read. We hope it is also uplifting. Please find joy in what you read here.
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Saturday, August 18, 2007



Sand sand...

...and more sand.

We are off at the beach camping with Evergreen Christian Church. We have been attending there for about 10 months but still don't know hardly anyone as it is a bit on the large side. Even the people we have met this weekend all seem to go to different services.

Over all we have had a great time except for one thing - we are at the beach and there is SAND everywhere. As you will see, this is not a problem for the girls but daddy doesn't tend to like sand that well. The girls are having a blast playing anywhere and everywhere and that is good. They have even found a few of the other kids to play with them:


Yesterday we went to the Tillamook Cheese factory (and museum)where you can watch cheese being made, eat homemade ice cream and see lots of neat stuff. Rebekah and Sarah really like the baby cows. I never thought about the "punny" before, but here are the girls saying "cheese:"


When Grandpa and Grandma heard where we were (1/2 mile from their favorite seafood off the pier shop) they couldn't pass up the opportunity to come down and visit AND bring us crab. They brought live crab that we cooked right here in the campsite and then went and cleaned, iced for a while, and then started eating. Here Rebekah is telling Grandpa how to clean it "just right:"


Its really nice to be able to get away and this camp is only about an hour from home so it cost very little in fuel and camping as a group is relatively inexpensive - that is all nice. The weather has held out reasonably well but that is easy for us to say because we are in the trailer and not in tents. It has rained a few times and promises to rain a bit more tomorrow when people are trying to pack up.

Thank you for all of your support and prayers. Tim and Darlene (and clan), we REALLY appreciate your guys' gift, you are messengers from God!

4 Shared:

At Thursday, August 23, 2007 10:09:00 PM, Blogger THE BLUEST BUTTERFLY Left a thought...

Wow..it looks like you are having a good summer. :-)

 
At Saturday, August 25, 2007 6:16:00 PM, Blogger Gina Left a thought...

Wow, you're busy. Your little girls are simply adorable. My son has been diagnosed with Dyspraxia (and other things. Hugs to you.

 
At Monday, August 27, 2007 6:19:00 PM, Blogger Darlene Left a thought...

I love to check in and see that you are doing awesome family things, like camping. It's such a blessing after all you've been through to share wonderful days at the beach!

 
At Wednesday, August 29, 2007 1:52:00 PM, Blogger JodiTucker Left a thought...

Hi there!......Frances, how is your mom doing, too? I am on crutches, too....(Knee junk)
Good to see the fun sand pictures!!

 

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