My Family

 Mom and Dad:
Dad is the Senior Pastor at Manchester Community Church
Mom is a full time mother and teacher of our homeschool

 Andrew (age 22):
He has graduated from collage and is working on seminary right now in hopes of becoming a church planter in Eastern Washington.

 
Sarah (age 21):
 Now married to the love of her life, Jesse Divakar, she is getting used to only having two people in her new home in Georgia.

Margaret (age 19):
She is working on her own piano talent, college, and teaching piano lessons.


Rebekah (age 18):
Yes, this is me, I'm the fourth born. I am working on writing stories I have begun and never had time to finish, as well as beginning college in January. :)



Maxwell (age 16):
He is working on finishing school and has been working off and on in my Grandpa Olson's Gasket business.

 David (age 13):
He is also working on his school and has been doing outside and inside work for Grandpa and Grandma Eddy.


Tabitha (age 12):
She is doing school, but has also been helping a lot in the kitchen and is beginning to learn all the ropes of a stay-at-home-daughter. :)


Marta (age 11):
She is also doing school (surprise!) , and is becoming a regular book-worm! She too has been helping in the kitchen.


William (age 9):
He's been doing school too, and helping with some small tasks around the house like folding laundry,  clearing and wiping the table, and sweeping our dining room area.

 Samuel (age 7):
He is just beginning school and hasn't really been being serious about it. He does enjoy making us all laugh with accidental, and sometimes on purpose, remarks. :)


Special Thanks to Amber Coolidge for taking these photos! :)









15 comments:

  1. I enjoyed this look at your family, Rebekah. :)

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  2. Rebekah! I love that you have a family page on your blog! I would love to do something similar on my blog, but I don't know how to add another section. Is it easy? -Sharon Small

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    1. Well, you have to go to layout and add another page. They'll ask for a title to that page, and then you treat it like a regular blog post only under a different tab. Does that make sense? It's a little hard to explain in a comment...

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    2. Ok, I think this makes sense, but then I realized that I would have to have pictures of all of my siblings _with_ their families! And I don't have recent pictures of them. :( I guess that should be my next project when we're together! Family gets so complicated when you have to add in-laws, nieces, and nephews!

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    1. Thanks! I really like them too. It was freezing cold out when we took the pictures...but we survived! ;)

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  4. What a great idea! It's amazing what you can tell about one person by looking at their whole family :D

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    1. It helps me in my posts because then when I say things like "So-and-so did this or that with me the other day" people aren't like, "WHAT? Who is she talking about??"

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  5. Aw, you're siblings are all adorable. XD Especially your littlest brother, Samuel. I love the red hair going on with you guys, it's beautiful. :)

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  6. I love this page, and lovely pictures! :D YHVH bless!
    -Angela | thepeculiarmessenger.wordpress.com

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    1. Thank you for your sweet comment and dropping by my little blog!! I hope you were blessed! ^_^ Definitely will be checking out your blog! :)

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