Friday, October 29, 2010
I can't seem to get the pictures to load for this, but it sure was a great time. We went back to 1830 and were able to see how life was back then. From the town bank and store, to the church and the homes of the rich and poor. The blacksmith, the potter, the tin smith, and all the animals used for the work. It was a great experience to see and hear how things were done on a daily basis. Rachel's class got to make cookies baked in front of a fire in a special tin "oven". The were called Jumbles and the recipe was called a reciept....Boy are we spoiled today!!!! What a great day!
We had a wonderful week with them too! MawMaw was feeling a little better on some days so she got to enjoy some things with us. We went to Bluff point, we went to see the movie Secretariat, took some walks around the neighborhood, and got to sing at church together. It was a very nice, relaxing time! And Carson is just a joy to be with. It is so exciting to hear her talk about her work in El Salvador and her hearts desire to be there with those children. I know that God has BIG plans for her!!!!
Did I ever think my baby boy would be 6? NO! But I am sure so blessed by him. He is so thoughtful and sweet....He sure does enjoy his days...his toys....his time! There is never anything he couldn't be or anywhere he couldn't go.......his imagination is the best! I love you with all my heart Brady Lee Rodgers!!!!!!
We decided to buy a camper...not new...not big...but a great investment! We had such a good time on our first "trial" camping trip and I look forward to the many, many, more good times we will have! It is a great time to just talk, walk, and spend time with my family. To really notice the amazing creations that God has given to us!