As you know my husband’s name is LeGrand.
Many people get confused over the name.
I tell them it’s a French name,
and the best way for them to remember it is to think of it’s meaning.
LeGrand means “The Big.”
In fact, one of my favorite nicknames that LG was given is
The Big and The Mighty.
And you can all decide for yourself if that describes my hubby.
So, what does the name definition have to do with my post?
It was pure coincidence that we visited The Grand Canyon
on LeGrand’s birthday.
In honor of LeGrand visiting The Grand Canyon,
you all should know that our girls have renamed
The Grand Canyon to LeGrand Canyon.
It’s very fitting I think.
Don’t you think LG looks just like this Native American
who claims to be The Grand Canyon?
And, to make the visit even more grand,
we made sure our rental car was a Grand Caravan.
I think the train is due for some updating
along with all the other signage at the Grand Canyon.
It shouldn’t be hard, just add the “Le” at the front.
For me, The Grand Canyon, was just another evidence of God’s majesty!
What is possibly more grand than that?
Except maybe the scriptures.
it’s automatically more grand.
showed up in clouds right over the Grand Canyon.
I think that maybe God was trying to tell us that he
approved of our name change.
If you decide to hike, make sure that you read the signs so you can get back up.
Stop at the shop and gets some Dreyer’s Grand ice-cream.
Hide from mom in the tower and make her panic for a good twenty minutes
that you may have fallen into the canyon.
That’s always grand fun.
Especially when dad is in on the game.
Doesn’t it look like they are touching a painting?
Nope just pointing out the grandness.
Because you are part of God’s grand creations too.
Tease your mom and wife some more by laughing at her
Show your children that you are just as grand
as any of those overpriced toys that they want.
This is our baby owl.
Her name is Paquito.
We let dad name her for his birthday.
It’s so much fun.
Notice all the grand fossils.
And the grandest layering ever.
Can we call this a grand bee?
And, make sure you visit at the grandest times of the day.
Sunrise and sunset of course.
grandness of your own mortality.
The horizon is endless and so is the land.
What’s more grand than that?
On your drive home, take a grand minute or two to realize that the
grandness of God and his creations are really never ending.
You just have to keep looking.