I thought I would share with you all a few pictures from our Thanksgiving. Katie spend most of the time doing what she does best. Ain’t she beautiful!
Next two very handsome boys. Sam loves to have his picture taken. When he sees the camera, he will stop whatever he is doing and sit down for you to take his picture. Then he wants you to show it to him.
Then my “baby” girls. I am such a blessed woman. Thank you, Lord!
You will notice I am doing something a little different on the blog. I have wanted to do this for a long time and yesterday David fixed it for me. I now have a recipe link on the sidebar. Hopefully, I will be able to remember how to make it work. Today, I put the recipe for Oatmeal Muffins on. (Are you proud of me, Dave?) I got this recipe from my friend Cheryl at http://holcombhappenings.wordpress.com/ and it is one of my favorite breakfast muffins.
We will be working on Dave and Jessica’s bed today. Hubby hopes to get it finished this weekend. I hope you all enjoy your day and God bless.
Every year our church has a halloween alternative. We call it Christfest. It is a big outreach. Lots of children come to play games and get candy. Last night was no different. Our fellowship hall was overflowing with children and adults, laughing and just in general having a great time. This little lion (Kaleb) is adorable.
Chocolate candy is always abundant. As a matter of fact, in the bulletin when we are requesting donations of candy, it actually specifies individually wrapped chocolate.
This young man was just a doctor, then he got the glasses at one of the games, and instantly became a mad scientist.
Everyone participates. From clowns,
to fun loving,
to one needing a small nap. Our pastor (regrettably I did not get any pictures) asked the children bible questions. If they answered correctly they got to throw a whipped creme pie at him. I’m not sure who had the most fun with this game, him or them. It actually was his idea-go figure. And last of all, my baby girls. No longer babies, except to me.