It’s Friday and time to count blessings!
For a little garden experiment, Roger and I decided to plant a Sept. crop of lettuce and sugar snap peas. The lettuce is almost ready to eat and the sugar snap peas are in blossom. I don’t know if the frost will hold off long enough for the peas to mature – it will be a first for us if they do.
3. Our belated family get-together for Sarah’s birthday. I caught this sweet little moment with Auntie Nora and baby Isaiah.
And afterwards a campfire requested by the birthday girl
4. Apple-picking fun! It’s a MacPhee family tradition from way back.
And the tradition continues. Robbie, Dorothy and Oscar had their first family outing to the orchard last week.It looks like they had a fun time! 🙂 Wish we could have all gone together but it didn’t work out for us. So glad we have the pictures to enjoy.
And I’m heading off later today with John, Kathleen, Josie and Isaiah for another orchard adventure. Photos to follow!
5. Speaking of photos, my camera is working overtime.
A busy weekend’s ahead. A day of prayer tomorrow, our wonderful Thanksgiving celebration at church on Sunday, a special Missions service Sunday night and then on Monday, our annual Thanksgiving hike and dinner. Roger’s parents are joining us – such a gift to have four generations together!
We’ll be missing Andrew, Hyekoo and baby Kinsey – can you believe our little globe-trotting grand-daughter? She and Hyekoo are in Korea visiting with Hyekoo’s family. A 10 hour flight from the UK – Hyekoo is a wonderfully brave mama! They arrived tired but safe and sound.
Thanks so much for visiting this week. I want to wish a very blessed Thanksgiving weekend to all my Canadian friends. Here’s my Thanksgiving prayer for all of you.
PS ~ Joining with Susanne at Living To Tell The Story