THE HEAVILIN HERALD
It really happened! Our Kate
graduated from Kansas State (3.951
final calculation) and Manhattan
Christian College (4.0) Kate walked
at Kansas State on December 12 and
will walk in the Manhattan Christian
ceremony on May 15. Needless to say,
we are extremely proud of her.
We are now at Morro Bay and it is
wonderful, as usual. We visited the
Monarch butterflies in Pismo Beach,
and they were there to greet us as
they are every year. The order in
God’s design is always a delight to
observe. The light tan spots are the
underside of the butterflies.
We also visited the elephant seals
and were guarded by a platoon of
pelicans which kept flying over us.
Our friends Lowell and Shirley
Linden visited us from Redlands.
While we were visiting the seals, we
witnessed a birth of an elephant
seal. To be able to see a birth is
quite rare, so we all feel very
special and privileged.
Marilyn built a dollhouse while we
are in Morro Bay. This is the first
one she has built in a couple of
years. The recipient of the house
has already been chosen and will be
given the house soon. Marilyn loves
giving the houses as gifts to very
special friends. This is the 14th
house that she has built and given
away. She sees the dollhouse as a
special reminder of God’s love for
We plan to leave Morro Bay on
February 27 and return to Redlands
so that Marilyn can have surgery on
both feet. The date has not been set
for the surgery yet, but will be
near the first of March.
We appreciate your continued prayers
for our safe travel and good health.
Glen and Marilyn Heavilin
Kate's family at graduation from
Monarch Butterflies at Pismo
Pacific Ocean, Elephant Seals,
and Pelican Patrol
Dollhouse built by Marilyn
Sunset at Morro Bay taken January