If you keep track of the website, you have probably noticed that I haven't written anything for a couple of weeks. Things have been a little crazy at our house, to say the least. As most of you know, " Mother Please Forgive Me", is the title of one of Jason's songs. As I was listening to that song this morning, I was reminded of the times in my life, when I have disappointed my parents, and needed their forgiveness; and they have always been faithful to do so. However, it brought about another thought of mine, and that is sometimes as parents we have to ask our children to forgive us. I have been guilty of this many times, in fact just this week, I really messed up with our youngest one. As I said, we have been extremely busy lately, so this past Sunday, I remembered that Jaden's school was having Dr. Seuss week. So I laid his clothes out in the organizer for the entire week, to match each days activities. I was really proud of myself until I dyed his hair blue for crazy hair, only to find out that Dr. Seuss week is actually, next week. Lol! However, it turned out not to be as bad, as UK (Kentucky) basketball was playing that day, and everyone thought he was just expressing his team spirit. LOL!
As I have already mentioned, we have had a busy schedule, and it is only going to get busier. We are preparing to go out on our first tour to promote "Mother Please Forgive Me". We will be in several different states over a two week period. All the dates are on the website. If you are close by, come out and join us, we would love to have you. If it is not possible for you to join us, check out the website for live streaming events. We are very excited about this tour, about meeting new people, and promoting this song; and we are praying for God's will to be done.
I want to inform everyone of some new changes in the website. We are in the process of being able to offer personalized t-shirts, coffee mugs, as well as, other items. You will be able to order your items from the website, and all monies from these sales, are put back into the ministry. Please continue to check back for this feature, it is still under construction at this time. We are also in the process of working on a summer tour, so please join us in prayer about this situation as well.
Lastly, Thank you to all of you who read this blog, and support this ministry, financially, by praying for my family, and offering your encouraging words. Please keep my oldest son, Spencer in your prayers. He is recovering from a surgery from a household accident that partially amputated his thumb. As always, thank you for your love and support.
Until Next Time,
Jason & Heather