Anyway, this week's photos are a mix of old and new cam photos, cell-pics, even some of Mike's shots.
Sunday morning Zion and Elijah were still here until mom and dad came for them. We enjoyed a great meal Mike prepared together with the family.
I could find NO photos for the day, so decided to use one from Saturday which represents Zion's favorite activity when he comes to visit--'ride the wheeler'.
|Aunt Leah loves to take her favorite little ones on the ATV|
Okay, so I'm thinking of Ivan and Kim's last day before they leave for Argentina. Look what they bequeathed me? An oven-bird nest--a veritable engineering feat!
Tuesday, October 8th, was littlest grandson's first birthday with sweet memories of witnessing his birth.
On Mike's camera I discovered a whole series he had taken of him a few months ago. This was one of my favorites.
Ah! Finally a photo I actually took that day!
The photo on the left I took when I visited the Pottery studio at the Red Barn after my exercise class.
|Will the real Mike Koch please stand?|
Thursday Mike and I went for a walk, exploring our woods. The beautiful fall weather was too gorgeous to pass up such an opportunity. We discovered an area with loads of walnuts on the ground, so we went back with the ATV and picked up several buckets-worth which we then spread out on the deck to dry. (See Monday's photo.)
Friday was Grandparents' Day at Elijah's school. And this time he did not pass out! (Ha! Check last year's post.) Always fun to watch him in the classroom, see samples of his work and hear the music program his grade level performs.
Can you pick him out of the 80 third graders?
On the way home we stopped by the Civil War Days reenactment site in Hartford City, a neighboring town.
We had never been there in all our thirty years in Indiana. It is one of the largest events of its kind. Fascinating, really. Many great conversations with the interpreters of another era. A real learning experience.
The weekend ended with a game of Hand and Foot with good friends.