sunday morning on a damp cool day betty and i were saying so long to our precious scarf sisters, having spent four days with christian ladies that are truly the salt of the earth..here is betty and our dear sister trish who is a michigan gal.
she just loves to fill her ford with gas and keep on trucking for the lord!...oh and she also likes to have oil in her lamp and keep on burning for the lord!
here is mrs. mac, the creator of the traveling scarf siters...she is tiny but she has a huge heart and i guess i must say, eh? a huge amount of luggage to take back to idaho.
as one of the sisters said about this picture, we are not playing ring around the rosy, we were hand in hand in a cirle singing one of our sisterhood songs, "father abraham...let's all praise the lord!"...one of the last songs we sang before we left our lodge.
betty gives sweet donna a ruby tuesday hug on this damp sunday morning!
"and now girls, it is time to hit the road!"..did i mention that mrs. mac is not only the snow
queen of idaho, but she is also a party pooper?...not one of us girls WANTED to hit the road..we all wanted to STAY!!
aw but didn't mrs. mac have such great plans for us?...instead of going to macDonalds' for a last meal, she was at the door to greet us to a super good restaurant for a delicious breakfast!
and what a lovely meal we had and wonderful fellowship!.....miss patty,cyndi our own barbie doll, and sara,....
mrs. mac, amy, jada gigi and donna....
yours' truly, becky,and trish, ....
deb, rachel, betty,and diane.....margie had left earlier to go home to do the many kind things she does for everyone she comes in contact with!
so altogether there had been 15 sisters living under one roof for four days and i must say that it was fun and happy and boisterous at times, and all of the time there was the feeling that the lord was always there with us and there was singing and praising and ha!.lots of eating and lots of walking down a curved country road ...oh it was sooooo good!..except for poor miss patty who had a fly swatter handy at all times to squash the many flies!...and also the many sisters who snored during the night without even KNOWING they were!!
well it is out of a door one more time, and this time it is the last that we will see each other for a while...
i am so glad that many of the sisters were dressed in red, because i had promised the magical teacher that i would be doing a ruby tuesday post especially for her...
way too sad that it has been over two weeks that i have kept my promise!
i took one more picture as we left the restaurant of these beautiful autumn michigan leaves..oh did i tell you about the wonderful drive that miss patty took us on, along the michigan roads to see the loveliness of the fall trees?...it was also sooooo good!
a kind man took this picture of betty and i just before we would be reaching the usa and canada border.
and so so long for now dear michigan and the united states....we had such a lovely time and if the lord wills it, we will return in 11 months again!....but if we never meet again this side of heaven, we shall meet on that beautiful shore!...
happy ruby tuesday dear ones and may the lord richly bless you as he has blessed my sisters and me....love terry
I grew up in a family of nine children and each week my mother didn't just send us to Sunday School,she came with us.
We heard the gospel week after week from the year 1956 but were not saved until 1967.
The summer of 1967 my mother,my sister, Betty and I were all gloriously saved.
From that year until now several of my brothers and sisters were saved, but my dad still remains on the outside.
It has been our prayer that he will be saved soon and then the family circle will be unbroken and we will all be on our way to heaven where we will meet the Lord and see our brother, David who has gone on before.