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Sunday, November 01, 2009


I am finally feeling like I may have a future. Post surgery is miserable at times and sure can make one grumpy! Lets start this post with a cute little squirrel who thinks he's in squirrel heaven. I dumped a lot of seeds and cracked corn out so they can store it for winter. The yellow Calendula frame the picture nicely.
I realize I am late in posting about our trip to the Pumpkin patch, but couldn't do much till now. I had never gone before so it was a new experience for me. I didn't know they had more than pumpkins. There were huge piles of assorted squash and a corn maze, a petting zoo hay ride and a lot more.

Here are just a small portion of pumpkins.
These people really worked hard to decorate too, with scare crows and goblins and every kind of fall deco.

Here's the corn maze, and yes I did do it but was plumb tuckered by the time we got to the end. At least I think it was the end. It was for me anyway!

Here's Madalyn and Kenny at the playground where there was this gutted out yard tractor and huge tires etc for them to play on. The kids loved it.
Hailee, Madalyn, Julia and Kenny

Aunt Patty's rule was they could have any pumpkin they wanted as long as they could carry it to the wheelbarrow. Here's Kenny hanging on tight.

Julia struggled with her huge choice then as we were heading for check out she saw one she liked better and had to do it all over again.

John C chose a giant pumpkin and being older and stronger could get it into the wheelbarrow without any trouble.

Hailee and Madalyn were totally overwhelmed with all the choices. We had to help them out a little. Hailee wasn't feeling well and got sick later in the day. Poor little darling.

Ok, so here they are on Halloween night.Hailee who is finally over the flu and her sister Madalyn are all dressed up in the lovely princess gown their Nana made for them. Aren't they just delightful!!

Kenny proves that Darth Vader even likes lolly pops.
So do I. Especially the orange ones.

Last but certainly not least, here is my niece and her little girl.'Just look at that cute face she is making.
This little one is only two but her vocabulary would knock your sox off!
Once again I want to thank each of you for your prayers during this past few months. Our Heavenly Father has answered them.
I want to ask once again that you remember my special friend John. He is still undergoing Chemo but is feeling good and looking well.
I am praying for his total healing from cancer, not just a remission. God can do it.
You are all such faithful friends. I sure love you a lot!



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