The only rainy day we have had in weeks and we say goodbye to the travel trailer. It will be on a new voyage with a new owner in South Florida. Â We felt great about the sale and were pleased with the buyer and transaction. We will all miss her but are looking forward to our new motorhome coming in a few weeks.
Once a year Celebration Station offers a free unlimited outside activities family night. We managed to get tickets this year again for free.
I am finally tall and brave enough to drive the go-carts by myself. Dad drove with Emmerson.
Off I go! I started off slow and steady and I picked up speed as i went on.
Coming in at the end and I didn’t even drive into the wheels!
We spent a while on the bumper boats.
We even convinced mom to come play. Bad move, she soaked us!
A round of putt-putt and an end to a great family evening.
Several local homeschooling families all combined efforts and collected items to pass out to the homeless in a project called Blessing Bags.
We organized everything on the table and then got instructions on how to fill our bags.
We made note cards to cheer people up to add to the bags.
Time to fill the bags.
One of everything around he table. It was hard to make it all fit.
One of my completed bags.
We will keep the bags in the car and then pass them out to people in need that we see around town.
I spent the last few weeks working on 3D targets at archery class. I am ready to hunt a Thanksgiving turkey!
I wrapped up my FLVS 8th grade science class with a few final experiments.
I have to finish my Civics class but will work on that over the next few weeks.
This week we focus of MEE for 4H. The marine contest is coming up soon.
We dressed in our halloween costumes and headed down to Arden Court.
We played balloon with the residents.
Then we had a costume parade and trick or treated. They would give candy to the residents for them to pass to the kids.
We had a great time putting a smile on the faces of the residents.