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Son Servants in Jamaica

I just returned a few days ago from a 10 day mission trip to the mountains of Jamaica with my church, 1st Presbyterian of Griffin. It was an amazing time of reflection, growth, challenge, and fellowship. We were one of 3 camps that Son Servants hosted this June in Jamaica. There were about 450 of us total! Our camp, Kendal, had a little over 150. There were about 12 churches representing all parts of the USA. Son Servants is a mission organization that I have been a part of since I was 12 and I am turning 30 this summer! There has been about 3 summers that I haven’t participated in at least one trip, if not more than one! The Son Servants family has always been a huge part of my life. I took 11 students with me:10 girls and 1 boy! We had a blast together. I couldn’t have asked for a better group of teenagers to take. It was hard for me personally to be gone from my son, Miles, for 10 days, but I know there were lots of people that kept us all in their prayers and everything went even smoother than imagined. I have posted a few different pictures of various things: work, children, and the infirmary. If you are intersted in seeing the full collection please just click here. There are MANY pictures, but there were so many things to capture… I had my own church group there and keep in mind, we were there for 10 days! It will only be a taste of what we experienced first hand!

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Stawberry Picking

A few weeks ago, Daniel, Miles, and I stopped in McDonough, GA to pick a bucket of strawberries. Around Easter time, Miles didn’t quite get the whole Easter Egg hunt idea, so we weren’t really sure how this event would go over. Well, Miles LOVED strawberry picking! He really got down and dirty, and he doesn’t even LIKE strawberries. He and Daniel filled a bucket full and after about 30 minutes it was time to go. We were about 50 yards into the strawberry field and Miles was determined to carry the bucket “all by him self”. It was so sweet! He grunted and stopped to rest and just tried so hard. Close to the end of our row he was worn out and basically had his 2nd worst PUBLIC meltdown ever. Of course we had to get the family picture still, and he was definitley irritated at that point! If you would like to see the full collection just click here.

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Miles Daniel

These are just a few Easter pictures I took of my little boy! He is definitely on the move!

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