Merry Christmas from the Linscotts

2016-family-christmas-cardMerry Christmas!

What an amazing year it has been for Robin and me! Since last Christmas our family has grown by two precious grandchildren. Calvin and Emma are such a joy to us and our noisy household is growing yet again as grandson #2 is expected in May. We are so very thankful!

My health is good. I had a procedure on veins in my legs in May that took a long time to heal and limited my bicycling this summer. But, my liver is perfect! I am so thankful for my liver transplant in 2012 when my son gave me half of his liver. What a gift!

Robin is enjoying being a grandmother. She loves her teaching job and loves her students. She is a dedicated jogger and runs as many as twenty miles a week.

Our oldest son Joshua is entering his final year of medical school. We are blessed to have him working at the nearby hospital. We renovated our basement so that he, Kristen and Calvin live with us. We love that!

Our daughter, Shara, loves being a mother to Emma. She and her husband, Jake, are expecting a baby boy in May.  Shara is loving staying at home and Jake is doing very well with US Foods.

Our youngest son, Donald Jacob, is a restaurant manager at a nearby resort. He is very good at what he does. The restaurant biz doesn’t allow us to see him and Laura as much as we would like.

Pompom is still a dog doing dog stuff.

In April, Robin and I were very blessed to travel to Guatemala to work with AMG ministries. We felt so at home in Oratorio. Robin loved teaching children in the classroom and I made so many friends. I returned December 3-10 to volunteer with some marketing photography and brought more than $2000 for shoes, food, clothes and school supplies thanks to so many who gave.

The little church we serve is continuing to do well. We are so very blessed to be there and we love the people so much.

We wish you a Merry Christmas and a happy New Year!

Scott and Robin Linscott& Family

About Scott Linscott

Living life to the fullest, walking in the dust of my Rabbi, creating art through photography and written word, speaking words of hope and encouragement at conferences, workshops, church and civic gatherings.
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