A lot of plodding on with special projects and the regular routine, happily interspersed with healthy doses of fun. However, my photography was not the best.
We were asked to attend the college Sunday School class along with a few other couples to provide a healthy generational mix. It has been fun to mingle with the young. The pastor who leads the class invites any and everyone over for fellowship around the fire on Sunday evenings.
Mondays I begin work on the UCC Missionary Moments for our church people--a weekly summary of the reports that have come in from those we support. Can you read the sign I put up at the top of the stairs? No? Well I warned you about the poor quality of the pictures.
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Michael was also successful with his ever present to-do list. I cannot begin to name all his many accomplishments. Somewhere between putting together and printing new handbooks for robotics and working on the water heater, he found time to make a new pottery tool.
Thursday evening Mike and I walked around the Ducktail Run in the next town. Hundreds of old cars lined up or driving around showing off their stuff. And lots of vendors.
I know why I don't clean house as often as I ought, because I am too thorough when I do.
Friday I cleaned non stop for hours. But then had a great afternoon with the daughter.
Saturday we traveled to Georgia with friends for the 6 Gap Century and 3 Gap 50.
This is my favorite photo of the week: the sky reflected on the van and photogenic friend Terri.
So here I am sitting in the cafeteria of the high school in Dahlonega waiting for the other three to get back from their mountain rides. Fortunately I could get on the internet and spend some time with all y'all.