Heritage Christian School Senior {Eli Gossack}

Almost exactly TWO years ago, I posted about a dear friend who had been diagnosed with appendiceal cancer and had been given 1 - 2 years to live. I can remember, as I'm sure many others had, calculating the time and realizing that her son Eli would be graduating from High School in 2 years. . . it made my heart ache to think of Julie not being here for that milestone in Eli's life. While Julie is still monitored every few months with CT scans, at this point she is cancer-free and making every day count for Christ! To God be all the praise and glory for allowing her to still be here with us. She means the world to me and I am thankful for everyday with her.

This post is about Ray and Julie's son, Eli. He is the youngest of the 3 Gossack boys and so full of life. I can remember Eli as a little boy.  This will probably embarrass him if he reads it, but he had the sweetest little voice and the cutest little smile. Now he's all grown up. . . makes me feel a little bit old, but that's okay. =) Eli hopes to go into Engineering at MSU after he graduates from Heritage Christian. Eli and HCS Soccer team just took 1st place at the State Tournament last weekend. It was a good day to be a Falcon. =)

My girls and I met up with Eli at Nash Park near his home. It's a field where he enjoys taking his own pictures of the beautiful Bridger Mountains and the sunsets that proclaim the glory of God. Of course we had to include his car in the shoot, because, well it's just one-of-a-kind. It reminded me of my first car.

We also headed over to Kirk Hill. I haven't been there in years and I was thrilled we went over there. It was a bright and sunny day, but we found some good light and the coolest little path I have ever seen.

Okay, enough gabbing. . . here's the pics. . .

 My daughter snapped this first one and it's one of my favorites from the Nash Park location. =) 

"Give careful thought to the paths for your feet and be steadfast in all your ways. Do not turn to the right or the left; keep your foot from evil." Proverbs 4:26-27

Eli- Congratulations on your senior year! Jon and I are excited to see how the Lord will use you to impact others for Christ.



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