It's been a busy week. Last Sunday was Miriam's birthday and one of the things she got was a Tracfone. I'm glad, she's always borrowing mine!
It was also my in-laws 50th anniversary and Hosanna made a few beautiful cakes.
They don't look like they've been married 50 years! Lord-willing they will have many more!
This lady, a double cousin of my father-in-law, was captured in WWII by trickery and was forced to work for the Germans. She has quite the story to tell and she met her husband over there who was in the US military. Anyway, we enjoyed the fellowship at the 50th.
Yeah! We got our maze cut! After being sick for two days I finally dragged myself out to the field and marked trails for Arthur to cut. It's called "Mystery Castle" and I sure hope it looks like a castle from the sky!
Scrap metal is worth a lot these days and so Arthur and his dad had a guy come in and crush a bunch of old equipment for scrap metal. You could hear this rock falling on the metal all over the farm.
Then today is the 4th of course. We had a get together with my family on Saturday and then Arthur's side today. Aren't these little nieces cute all dressed in red, white, and blue?!
Jeriah was really intent on getting all the watermelon eaten.
We did a maze float and so Priscilla, Silas, and their cousins and friends helped by passing out over a 1,000 maze advertizing cards.
And here it is going down the street.
Little Daniel in the striped shirt enjoyed seeing all the trucks and snowmobiles.
It also didn't take long for him to figure out how to get candy. They throw so much candy and it seems like everyone felt sorry for this little boy and I think he ended up with more than anyone!
Aaron and Naomi also had a church float and passed out tracts.
Also, Silas got his drivers permit. It's also been really hot and about ready to storm so I better shut this off. Have a great day of freedom!