Thursday, September 24, 2009

Adventures: blurred.


At least that's how it feels. No photo evidence lately for what we've been up to. Except for the ones at the bottom of this post.

I've been helping a friend in a wheel chair get an electric wheelchair. I spent our last sewing day working on Miss Ashlee's underskirt and over skirt. Sure wish I had pictures of that day. It was fun!

We have been pulling out monster weeds from the garden, working on photography items to sell on ETSY. I spent the day today doing yard work, making some edibles, and house cleaning for some friends who were out of town to see a doctor.

We are getting into the swing of school work again. Why does that always seem such an odd change?

This was an evening of playing with the black light.

Reminds me of something, but I can't remember what.

And here is a photo for a theme my sister and I decided to do last week. "Weave".

Hey, I'm only just warming up!




  1. Those weeds were rather large... and sticky. But it was fun being with you all!!! Great pics! Hope today is restful! Love~

  2. Hey Faith...just catching up on your usual..don't know how you do SOOO much in such a short day! You and your family sure do stay busy!!

    Cool picture of your son and the black light...when I first glanced at it, I thought it was an x-ray..really cool...

    Peace...R Dean

  3. Hi Faith ...long time no howdy...Just stopping by to say hey...Hope all is well in your and Michael's world!
    Enjoy your posts as usual.
    We just bought an RV for our "Traveling Mercies Ministries" and have been crazy busy getting it ready for the cold winter months, since it looks like we will be in Canada 2-4 more months, and yes we are living in it now!
    Miss ya...hang in there...

  4. Leah,

    Sticky and prickly!


  5. Dean,

    Maybe that's what I was thinking of, an x-ray.

    I haven't been on too much lately, but I notice you must be very busy as well. Are the trees in full color up there?


  6. Kat,

    I know, I hope to be posting more again.

    Congratulations on the RV! I would not mind doing that for a short time. I thought it would be amazing to take 2 years to see North America.



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