Weekend Web Wandering 2017 Vol. 16

We’ve enjoyed the mild month of October so far. It’s busy, but manageable. Ballet is still going strong (the show is in November) but this past week we had off.

Today is our annual Corn Maze / Bonfire / Hayride activity with our church. (And a few other churches along with us.) I think our kids look forward to this all year long.

Honestly, I personally don’t love it quite as much. But at least the weather is gorgeous this year. We’ve had years where it was a muddy swamp. Years when it rained constantly and we had to cancel. And then there were years where we had to bundle up in winter coats, hats, mittens, etc.

Guess you never know what might happen in October!
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From Living Unabridged

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Three years ago: One Simple Way to Bring History to Life

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  1. I don’t understand the essential oil trend. What is old has become new again. Just give me a Motrin.
    The article on lonlieness hit me hard. I am quite lonely right now. God has always met my need for a close friend whenever we have moved. But at this time He seems to be calling me to aloneness. I am not a fan.