Wednesday, February 04, 2009

A Wonderful Weekend

My weekend in TX was wonderful-- sorry it took me awhile to sit down and actually share a bit about it! I thought I would share some captured moments from my weekend at Pine Cove retreat center with the ladies of Legacy Bible Church (Sherman, TX) with you.
This just made me smile-- so Texas!

This cross overlooks Lake Palestine in Tyler, TX. A beautiful spot to sit and ponder.

Another beautiful spot-- this old church overlooking the lake was where we held our last time together on Sunday morning. Our time of sharing was filled with laughter and tears that morning before we said our goodbyes.

On Saturday afternoon, Haylee (a very cool pastor's wife if I ever did meet one!) showed us all how to make these adorable chalkboards. I liked it so much, I made two!

A get to know you game was filled with laughter.

Sometimes you need time to get off by yourself and sit and think.

But sometimes you just need to share with a dear friend.

No matter how we spent our time, we all came away filled with refreshment and great memories. Legacy ladies, I won't forget you!

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Sandra in Phx said...

That looks like so much fun. I love a good Women's Retreat! I am glad you were able to come home feeling refreshed:)

JottinMama said...

Ohhh! Those pictures just made me miss my home state of Texas even more! I'm so glad you had a great weekend there. I was praying about it for you!

Thanks for sharing!

Kate :)

Marybeth said...

Thanks for praying-- I definitely felt those prayers... the weekend was awesome and I know it was NOT because of anything I did!!

Kelly said...

I am glad to hear you felt the prayers, Marybeth..I did pray for you Friday and Saturday and am glad to hear all went well!!

tiggerdaisy said... are you going to post detailed instructions on how to make the chalkboards???? That chalkboard looked so cute!


Laurie Ann said...

I'm so glad you had a great time! Can't wait to hear how to make the chalkboards. Surely you're going to tell us!

Mrs. June Fuentes said...

Great pictures!

Many blessings building up your sacred home...