Sunday, June 15, 2008

Happy Father's Day to My Husband


Marc, I hope this Father's Day is very special for you - because you certainly deserve it. You are an incredible dad to our boys - the best! I love you forever.

10 comments:

Valorie said...

See you guys at camp! Yeah!

Tamra said...

Awww! What a nice photo, with such handsome men! Marc better watch out, they're almost as tall as he is. See you guys tomorrow!

Springer Family said...

That's a really cool picture!!

Constance said...

I LOVE that picture. It turned out really well. Have a great week at camp.

Missy said...

Awww...I would say that "daddy's boys" are growing up! Marc is a great man and I am so glad that he married you, Melodie. He has always been a favorite of mine. Love to him and you...

Vonnie said...

Mom said Marc preached a wonderful sermon this morning. Sure wish I could have been there. Very nice picture!!

Janet Sankey said...

Well, I really said this evening but since she was talking to me between her morning and evening services she forgot the time difference and thought Marc preached in the morning...however, the rest of us know he preached in the evening service...duh!! Vonnie!! Love you, Mom

Cindy said...

What a great picture! You have a very nice-looking family.
And Marc's message last night was positively marvelous. My brother said he thought it was possibly the best message he had ever heard. It was both convicting and full of hope. It was a real blessing to me.

Thanks so much for sharing your ministry with us at FMC during the last few weeks! If God didn't have other plans, we would love to see you a permanent part of our congregation :) Hope your deputation services go very well! See you soon.

Kim M. said...

Wow, I got behind checking your blog! What a great picture!

I have enjoyed all the pictures from the last few posts.

I have to agree about the service Sunday night.

I was thinking all throughout the service, "I wish I had a tape or CD of this message".

Like Cindy, wish y'all could stay but since God has other plans we must accept them.

Vonnie said...

Oh, sorry about the sermon time mess up... but of course, the most important thing was the fact that it was a marvelous masterpiece of a sermon, so I heard!! :)