Saturday, November 21, 2015
Friday, November 13, 2015
(Church ceiling project continued from September) After all the drywall, sanding, texturing, painting of the new church ceiling, installing of the new lights and fans, there was a lot of cleaning to do.
Rowen getting in on the vacuuming "fun."
October 4 was Life Chain Sunday and we participated in the Greeley Life Chain.
Of course, Emily was also there, but behind the camera, as usual.
A homemade sign any of us would be qualified to hold.
Our beautiful mums!
This is not a good picture of her, but I put it on here to remember her. She was only 46, but choices from her youth destroyed her liver and took her life much too soon. We loved Tami and miss her, but we are glad that she took care of things with God and was ready to go.
I had frozen some zucchini to make two batched of muffins for the Quilt Show Bake Sale.
Following are pictures from the 2015 Quilt/Craft/Demo Show.
This is the only quilt I have made and completed during 2015.
Emily's cross stitch quilt that her Grandma Wanda Scoles made.
Elizabeth's cross stitch quilt that her Grandma Wanda Scoles made.
here. Be sure and read it! Her post saved me a lot of time :)
Janet was privileged to work the Early Election Oct. 26-31, Nov. 2 in Greeley, and Election Day in Johnstown Nov. 3. Of course, we are not allowed to take pictures so our faithful readers will have to take my word for it.
Somehow life got too busy for blogging in September. So a little catching up is in order.
Jeffrey came to visit us from Iowa for a few days the first week of September. He has been busy with teaching Sunday School, leading the Youth, working on his last online class, and keeping house for himself. We are glad he took the time to come and see us. We had Randy and Joy and family upfor supper on the deck.
Jonathan played a new game with Grandma.
This was the day Jeffrey was heading back to Iowa.
Jonathan and Aunt Elizabeth reading a book.
Joanna wearing the apron Elizabeth bought and decorated for her.
Jonathan and Emily
The fans and lights had served their time.
Randy put up huge sheets of plastic on the walls.
They placed chipboard across the tops of the pews for a platform on which to work.
We had church outside that Sunday. There was a lot left to be done inside.
A sweet fall picture of Emily by our mums.