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Psalm 78
. . . we will tell the next generation the praiseworthy deeds of the LORD, his power, and the wonders he has done. .
so the next generation would know them . . . and they in turn would tell their children.
Then they would put their trust in God and would not forget his deeds but would keep his commands.

Monday, August 3, 2009

It's Gone!


4 comments:

Sharon said...

Wow! You even got photos with blood! I'm envious. I guess you had the camera with you most of the time at Family Camp, though, right? Handy for those moments when kids lose teeth.

Mind you, with all the excitement with regards to blood in our house, Joshua completely forgot to tell his friends he'd lost a tooth when he saw them at Boys' Brigades last night. He was well enough to go to Brigades already! Just no running or team sports or... anything that might split his head open again.

~ Sharon

Mrs. Edwards said...

I'd say that Joshua has a whole new level of bragging rights after his injury! What's a little old tooth after that?

I couldn't believe I whipped my camera out fast enough to get this genuine look of total amazement. He knew it was a loose tooth, but was so surprised that it came out when it did.

Sharon said...

Joshua says, "I lost a tooth too, Lane! I put it under my pillow and I got $1. Now the tooth next to the gap is wobbly. You can look at a photo of me holding my tooth in a jar on my Mum's blog here. My favourite photo is down the bottom of the post, where I am holding my tooth under a light which makes it look like it is poison."

learningatourhouse said...

My oldest just lost his 4th tooth (the second top one just the other day.) My little C, who is 4, is very anxious to lose one of his own. After every prayer he always adds, "and, please God, give me a wiggly." :-)

Amy

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