Wednesday, September 25, 2013

(This post was not written by my own volition.)

Hello, this is Lana speaking. On the last morning of our stay in Kansas, a certain brother of mine (incriminating photo at the end of this post) walked out the door and discovered 
the following:

Whereupon said brother immediately obtained (my) camera and took pictures.

Which you may look at if you are so inclined.

If you are not so inclined, (like me) why are you reading this?

If you are asking, Why are YOU posting this?... it's because the brother in question particularly wanted me to.

And since, (when he's not messing around with one of the most venomous snakes in North America*), he's a really nice brother, I didn't want to say no.

But be it known, I hate snakes.I'm not a theologian, but in my opinion, when God places a curse on something we would all do well to stay FAR AWAY from said thing.

Far away.
Much farther than this:

And definitely farther than this.

But, *some people* don't share the opinion.
Like him. 

And yes, the snake was killed after the photo shoot was over.
(Or so I am informed. I was not around, being of the opinion expressed earlier.)

To everyone who shares my opinion, I apologize for this post.
To everyone who shares his, What's wrong with you?

Just kidding. Hopefully all the snake-aficionados have enjoyed the pictures.

*At least, that's what I was told. I didn't bother to check the facts, mainly because I don't enjoy Googling tantalizing photographs of snakes. Never mind that I'm blogging them.

Kansas In Pictures (Part Two)

Here we are with more photos from Kansas!

 Due to Levi's hand injury, we were minus a bass player for the weekend... except for Sunday morning, when our friend Nate Miller graciously stepped in to fill his place. We are so grateful to him for sharing his talent with us!!

And there you have it! Thanks to the Millers and Yoders for making our stay fantastic!

Monday, September 23, 2013

Kansas in Pictures (Part One)

I have oodles of pictures (as in, random-not-super-high-quality-snapshots) from our five days, six concerts, and tons of memories in Kansas! Many thanks to the Miller and Yoder families for being amazing hosts, feeding us way too much yummy food, and setting up all our concerts for us! We had a blast hanging out with them, meeting some new friends, and ministering together at Nursing homes, on the street, at church, and in prison. God blessed us so much and we are so thankful for the opportunity to come here again! I'll let the pictures tell the story...

I'll be putting up a second installment of photos soon... thanks for reading!