A day or so later we got down the "anorexic" tree, forgotten for a couple years. I had a new location for it.
Monday night dinners really hit the spot after a day of teaching! And always more enjoyable when others come.
|Neighbor Jazmine in deep conversation with Karen|
A couple trips to the dentist this week allowed for nice visits with Leah. She has finally come to the end of very lengthy dental repairs! Hurray!
Wendesday the PhyXTGears had a fundraiser event at Culver's. It's fun to watch these youngsters explain the robot to the restaurant patrons.
It was a special treat to have Kristie and the boys come out to support the team. Zion was fascinated by the robot and could have stayed longer asking questions.
|Finished Sleigh The next night--a slightly melted sleigh and the "Dark Queen"|
Friday, we were downtown Muncie, so we stopped by to test the sleigh after The King's Brass concert where we got to see and hear our young friend Daniel Morrison.
We attended two more Christmas musical events over the weekend, a beautiful start to the holiday season.
I went to Kayla's recital at Cornerstone for the Arts where she teaches dance. I think she was the star of the show. She led more than half of the acts, groups of different ages, in a variety of styles--ballet, hip hop, jazz, contemporary, tap, musical theatre, lyrical.
|Selfie in the grand High Street UMC|
How are you preparing your heart?