Welcome to fourguppies! We are Tim, Gayla, Hope and Autumn Guptill. We live in Canada's oldest mill town - Marysville, NB (Fredericton). Tim is the pastor @ Olivet Wesleyan Church.

Monday, August 27, 2007

Late Night Post

Had a great Board Meeting tonight...

Hope is in Moncton with Quinn...

Rachel Brownlee is here with us...

I just finished my homework for the week :->

Before shutting down my Macbook (I love my Mac) I thought I'd post a pic for ya...


Blogger doesn't want to upload pics tonight...maybe later :-(

Tuesday, August 14, 2007

What's Up

Hey all,

Well, our stuff is in the's starting to take shape...I think! Gayla's folks have been helping us a ton! Tim's parents are coming up tonight with Seafood chowder! Yum. A taste of Atlantic Canada.

Tomorrow we are going to head for St. Andrews and Calais, Maine. Should be a great day.

Hope is on Caton's Island for her week of Camp. Autumn is with us in the boxes and mess at the parsonage.

Hope's 'delayed' birthday party is this Friday night. She delayed it until after camp, and timed it just right so that the girls could do a sleep over around the release of "High School Musical 2". I'll have to find a place to hide Friday night ;->

Hope you are all doing well!


Monday, August 06, 2007

The Craigs have arrived

Gayla's parents arrived at our cottage last night after a 14 hour trek from Ottawa! Yay! It's always good to have company.

We had seen a large moose on our way to the cottage earlier in the day, so we were a little apprehensive about the last leg of their trek. They did see a bear above Fredericton, but no meese. All is well.

Gayla is antiquing her cupboards today while I work in the office. Our stuff arrives tomorrow and we finally move into our home! Yes, we are excited. It seems as though we have been in boxes forever.

The parsonage looks amazing!

The kids are with Nanny and Papa Craig today at Beulah. It's a beautiful day.


Oh yeah, I am also learning how to use my new Mac laptop. Special thanks to Brent Brewer for helping me to get up to speed on this thing. It's like learning computer all over again!