Wednesday, July 25, 2007

The Epic of Isaac...and The Days of Our Genevieve

Isaac really likes to spend time with his little sister. She is the only one who he will share his blankets with.LOL


I had the cutest conversation with Evie on the way home from taking Allison to Bible study tonight. We've been reading a child's Bible each morning as part of her school work and we happened by a beautiful rainbow on the way home. She was soooo excited and asked again what it meant. I told her it was God's promise never to flood the earth again and she asked what flood meant. So I told her it meant to put the dry ground under water. She watched the rainbow for a little while and then asked how did God make rainbows?LOL I told her I didn't know and she told me that she didn't think God made it, she thought that he found it and put it in his pocket and then decided to share it with us today. Then she asked if she could make a rainbow and give it to God. I'm sure that gave God a smile. I told her she could make one when we got home and mail it to Him.
I just love this age.
Blessings,
Lisa

8 comments:

Cynthia said...

Cute. Our little guy gets SO excited every time he sees a rainbow!

Robin said...

Awwww, so very sweet!

Kathy in WA said...

Lisa - what a precious conversation with Evie! I love the picture of her wanting to give God a rainbow. Sweet, sweet, sweet.

I'm eagerly awaiting a picture of Allison's highlights!!

De'Etta said...

Darling photo and conversation.

Lisa in Jax said...

Thanks gals! I had to rush home and type it out before I forgot it.LOL

It's so fun to watch them form their own ideas about life.

Emily said...

What a neat conversation. Thank goodness you are blogging or journaling so you can remember precious little conversations like this!

Kristine said...

So sweet about Isaac and Sophia.

Oh, Lisa, aren't you glad to be blogging so you can write Evie's comments down easily?! How precious.

Lisa in Jax said...

Blogging has been a real blessing to me. I love having all these things written down.