Wednesday, June 5, 2013
Back in November, our family was chosen as Volunteers of the Year for the Johnstown Historical Society. The main torture done to the honorees is to have to ride in the BBQ Day parade. Last Saturday was a windy day, at least in the morning when the parade happened. One of the signs on the side of the car blew away during our ride to the parade line-up. We were conveyed in this 2006 Mustang convertible. This picture was taken just for fun, when I wanted a break from standing on the sidewalk in the wind. Nobody trusted me with the keys, so this is strictly pretentious!
Emily was so thrilled she had brought candy along to throw on the parade route. That way she didn't have to wave and smile the way her cheesy mother did!
These ladies carried the banner for the society. Rowen did that last year, and begged to be allowed to this year. Laurie Ryterski and Pat Kiovsky carried it in front of our car.
We are glad to have all that notoriety behind us! NEVER AGAIN!!
Lots of pictures on Grandma Scoles's front porch. So thankful for the beautiful weather we had while we were there.
We grilled our supper over briquets, which takes awhile, so Janet pushed Charissa and Jonathan around in their strollers to keep them content.
After eating, after a walk in the woods, we played on the play equipment for awhile. Jonathan loved the swing.
She noticed the big slide and wanted to go down it too!