|Katelyn upside down on the monkey bars.|
|Isaac swinging to the side.|
|Joshua in Mom's arm.|
|Nathan playing in the sand.|
|Andrew playing with Nathan.|
|Emeri and Gracie on the swing seat.|
|Oakley, Ezra and Emeri.|
The first few days were spent helping with laundry, cleaning, reading to kids and just trying to be helpful. Liz struggled with lots of pain issues and other discomfort that had to be relieved. Texts to Susan were very helpful and groceries were obtained so that a Candida fighting diet could be consumed by both Liz and Grandma. Raw garlic crushed into 8 ounces of water with 1 teaspoon of coconut oil was difficult to gag down but it was the start of many things that were to be eaten including prunes, prune juice, onions, ginger, sour kraut, kale, lemon and lime juice. Foods that were avoided included anything with added sugar, almost all grains and high glycemic foods. Grandma noticed a decrease in her joint pain and Liz was relieved of her pain and other issues. It was a successful start.
|At the Discovery Museum with the grandkids.|
|Ezra McRae Heath at 1 week.|
|Jenna and Ezra.|
|Jon and Joshua.|
|Austin grabbing pizza on the last night.|
|Liz hiding from the camera.|
|Grandma and Baby Ezra.|
Stephen had spent the week working almost everyday. Monday was teaching a fourth grade Spanish immersion class at Scenic Hill and Tuesday through Thursday he worked for Br. Sharp on construction of a school in Puyallup. He is developing his arm muscles and loosing weight (on purpose) so he's pleased with all that he's accomplishing. He did take Friday off to work on his talk for the women's conference.