The Right Heart has been a little quiet lately, but not without good reason! I’ve been pre-recording shows for my new radio show starting up in February, and life has been a little crazy over the past couple of months in the (new, and finally all our own!) Casa de Franco.
I just had to share this fun bonus episode full of very special news, sneak peeks into upcoming podcast episodes, and some encouragement (and how-to tips!) on day-to-day surviving when life gets a little crazy for a while. At just around 10 minutes, this little episode is perfect to enjoy with your morning coffee. Or if you’re like me right now, your huge bowl of ice cream after the kids go to bed. 🙂
May the peace of Christ which surpasses all understanding be with each of you today!
And for those of you who don’t have time to listen to the episode right now, but want to scroll through some cute pics now and listen later…here you go.:)
This is as close as we got to a legit Christmas photo of my family this year. I just couldn’t pull it all together with everything going on.:) I’m shooting for Easter for a more frame-worthy shot (*cough, cough* Olivia, please tell me you and your magic camera will come over for us then?!). At least the kids are adorable in this one!
In a fit of Homeschool Mom Coolness, we made a rosary out of pretzels and raisins one day. Yay for Fine Motor Skill practice!
This is Lucky the deer. He was Michael’s first shot on his very first hunting trip ever. Thanks, Lucky, for giving my husband a new hobby, making him feel extremely deadly and manly, and for gracing my new living room wall for all of three weeks before I had to take you down. I’m just not that kind of girl. I apologize that your current home in the guest room closet is a little isolating. One day when Michael has a Man Cave space, I’m all about displaying you there. (Sorry, Michael! Love you!)
Like mother, like daughter.
This is me and my beautiful little sister, Dr. Shannon, and my little niece Nora! They got to come visit for an afternoon right before Christmas, since Shannon had to work noon Christmas Eve through noon Christmas Day (worst holiday scheduling ever!?). I can’t wait until Shannon is out of residency so that we get to see her (and my brother-in-law and Nora) more often. Pray for medical residents and their families! It’s a lot of work and the hours are crazy tough.
Oh man, these guys. Triple trouble. 🙂