Wednesday, January 20, 2010

The Joy of Coloring

My grandson just found out how much fun coloring is.

And that it's even more fun to color with someone, like your big sister.

And the finished project. His first coloring of Big Bird. I think it's a masterpiece for sure. His big sister helped. Isn't that just wonderful? Aren't they the cutest?

I am delighted to share my grandkids achievements with you. :) Kind'a like home movies, huh? But it brings me much joy.

"These things have I spoken to you, that My joy may be in you, and that your joy may be made full." John 15:11

Many things exist for me to enjoy and color in the life that God gives. I imagine He smiles and laughs with joy when I find Big Bird sitting on the table all along, but I just wasn't ready for the colors yet.

In this time of turmoil in Haiti and the world, may we find joy, His joy in the everyday things around us, as we prayerfully remember them.

Remember to share your colors, it's more fun!


Kathy C. said...

adorable, and yes, truly a masterpiece

Parsley said...

The smile on his face is infectious. How precious! I hope I'm a Gram someday. Someday far away. Far far away. ;)

Bina said...

Sounds like they color your life Wonderful! :)

Anonymous said...

Could he be any cuter!!! :O)

Karen said...

Thank you all dear friends for agreeing with a proud grammy! :) Yes Parsley, one day you'll have this fun, too.

Deb said...

What a boy!

And I'm so with you. God thought of absolutely everything when He created grandchildren.

Joy unlimited.

Isn't that just so God?

Sweet dreams.


Karen, Again you have revealed truth in your own unique way. And I don't have to tell you how I feel about grandchildren. Good post

Auntie Cake said...

Such a sweet picture of them coloring together. Your grandson just looks like he is having so much fun. My youngest son does not enjoy coloring at all, and I so miss all the masterpieces he would be making for me! Bummer...

I love the verse from John, it is so easy to get mired down in the details of Haiti and just the world in general. We do have to remember there are a lot of wonderful things in our life to be so thankful for, and be joyous about.

Jeanette Levellie said...

I love this! And I love you for sharing it; thanks for brightening this dim, murky day.

Karen said...

Deb, I second that statement!

Clella, I know, grandkids are the bestest!!

Kate, aww that is a bummer! I feel the same way. My next few posts, Lord willing, are going to be on joy. I care deeply for the situation in Haiti, but to be depressed does no one any good. By the way, Kathy, the first comment, is trying to adopt twins from that orphanage that was on the news.

Jeanette, oh, I hope it did brighten yours like it does mine. Blessings**

Dave said...

Hurray! It's a start. He may become a true artist one day. - Dave

Johnnie Donley said...

Give that boy the Crayola Award! And love your background*

Karen said...

Dave, you never know. His dad is artistic.

Johnnie, great award, thanks! :)