Ken just returned from his trip to SouthEast Asia. We’ll tell more stories about that in our monthly newsletter. Although suffering from jet lag, he spent the next morning with our grandkids who missed him very much while he was gone!
Got your attention? Anyone who has been in any kind of relationship knows that there are good days and bad days. We’ve had our own ups and downs, but 35 years ago we committed to each other publicly and plan on staying married for many more if God so wills it!
We’re taking time to REST and just enjoy each other’s company this week. 35 years ago, when we were newly married, we had moved from the east coast to Wyoming. Camping in the many national parks out west became the norm for us. While we no longer sleep in tents, we are enjoying the Great Smoky Mountain National Park this week. It’s so close to our home, yet Anne had never spent any time here.
Thank you for your care when we are working and when we are getting rejuvenated.
How will you rest this year?
Ken and his colleague recently received this note from someone that they had counseled about their retirement accounts:
Hello Ken and Jerry,
You’d be happy to know that I wrote to the retirement office and increased our monthly amount we contribute. Isn’t that a switch from wanting to withdraw funds?
This is all because of your wisdom and advice.
Pray we can sell our home here in PNG soon (we leave here on Dec. 15) and in Dallas and invest some more funds into our retirement and help boys go to school debt free.
Thanks for all your help.
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