Hello friends! And, Happy New Year! Resolving to write more this year, I decided to kick it off today.
Here’s a recap of 2011 from the Takle five:
John Henry. Well, he’s just a really good kid. His compassion for others continues to melt us. He’s a protective big brother. He loves music, and he has learned so much on guitar. He loves Legos. And light sabers. Oh, and he’s teaching me some of his Math homework.
Anna. I’m not gonna lie. Her dad and I have to look up some of the information she drops on us, because, we know there is a good chance it’s accurate. And, it usually is. She is learning to play the piano. She loves it. She loves a lot of things. She loves to learn. She loves to write. She loves wearing tights with holes under shorts. And, she loves to make us laugh.
Jett. This kid is nothing but fun. He learned to walk in 2011. That was kind of a big deal. And, if he could talk in coherent sentences, he would tell you he’s a good drummer, too. The use of the words, “Pees” (please) and “One Mo” (one more) pretty much get him as many popsicles as he wants. The Wiggles are his jam. And, he will live with me for the rest of his life.
That’s us. You already know that’s us. We had some pretty fun experiences together in ’11. From the Sundance Film Festival in Park City to Celine in Vegas to Sting in Boston. It was a fun year. Being married to a pilot has its perks. But, being married to Kris Takle is just pure joy. We grew a lot individually and together. And, we have so much more growing to do.
I know I do.
At the beginning of each year, I try to choose a scripture for our family for that year. This year, you might say that scripture chose me.
Let your roots grow down into him, and let your lives be built on him. Then your faith will grow strong in the truth you were taught, and you will overflow with thankfulness. Colossians 2:7
And, this is my greatest resolution of the new year. That our roots will grow down into Him deeper. That we build our lives on Him like never before. That our faith grows stronger. And, that we overflow with thankfulness.
If you could pick a resolution scripture for your life this year, what would you choose? Or, what scripture has chosen you?