Sunday, May 22, 2011


The Board of Trustees, Chancellor 
Provost and Faculty of
Liberty University
announce that 
Glen Wesley Kenney
received the degree of
Bachelor of Science
with a major in 
at the Commencement Exercise
Saturday morning
May fourteenth, Two Thousand Eleven
at ten o'clock
Williams Stadium
Liberty University
Lynchburg, Virginia

Congratulations Wes!  We love you and couldn't be more proud for you!

Jerry Falwell Jr. speaking at Commencement.

The 2011 Graduates

Verne, Debra, & Wes
Debra & Wes

Linda, Verne, Debra, & Wes Kenney
School of Religion Ceremony



I love you Wes!

The Camping Adventure

While Wes and I flew to Lynchburg, Virginia, for Wes's graduation the kids stayed with my dad. My dad took the kids camping at Lake O'The Pines. Here is a slideshow of the pictures my dad took of their fun....

Wednesday, May 11, 2011

The End

Tonight my husband, Wes Kenney, took his last college exam.  The kids and I are very thrilled and excited for him to be finished, but no one could be more relieved (and happy) as he.

Tomorrow I will take the kids to stay with my dad so Wes and I can make the journey on Friday to Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia, for Wes's graduation on Saturday.

We love you very much and are so very proud for you!
Debra, Katherine, & Sebastian

Monday, May 09, 2011

Mother's Day Baking

A couple weeks ago we bought a Nutrimill grain mill so we could begin milling fresh flour to use when cooking & baking.

Yesterday Katherine and I decided we wanted to make a batch of chocolate chip cookies and homemade bread, so we pulled out the Nutrimill and grain.
 In a few minutes we had fresh flour for our cookies and bread.
 Katherine & I decided we'd make the cookies first, so we dumped all the ingredients for chocolate chip cookies into our mixer and in a minute or so we had cookie dough.  Katherine placed balls of dough onto the baking sheets and I placed them into the oven. 
 After about 10 minutes in the oven I pulled out a pan of flat, but good tasting chocolate chip cookies.

If I'm involved in the cookie making process the cookies turn out flat.  Not sure why, but we've made a family decision that Wes must be in the kitchen when cookies are being made!
 It was time to redeem my baking ability and make bread.

Katherine measured out our 16 cups of flour while I made a mess getting all the other ingredients ready to pour into the mixer.  (Yes, there is more to the story, but I'm not sharing as going through it once was enough for me. Let's just say I had a hard time holding onto things!)

 After allowing the mixer to do it's work I dumped the dough onto the cutting board and divided it into five loaves.  Now it was time to let it rise.
 In the oven and ready to bake for 25 minutes.
The finished product!  And oh it is so good!

Saturday, May 07, 2011

Fun School Time Photos

This week Katherine and Sebastian took a book and retold the story by putting on a puppet show.  It was absolutely wonderful.

Several weeks ago Katherine and Sebastian practiced some math skills by playing the game Sorry during their free time.
Earlier this winter Sebastian reviewed matching capital letters with the corresponding lowercase letter.