It's been a little on the busy side around here as we've been trying to squeeze a bunch of fun into Christa's visit. Our chickens are getting bigger (my mom calls them teenage chickens...and personally, I think they're kind of ugly), the chicken coop is coming along nicely, the ladies tea was beautiful, our Americana themed visit to a retirement home was a blast, and the fellowship afterwards was too much fun. So, I thought I'd share a few pictures that kind of give you an overview of what we've been up to around here. For more pictures, click here and here and here.
A lovely circle of friends.
Good friends...great fun.
Garrison and Melinda tried very hard to make Jessica and Peter look tall. :)
Wow...the effect that ice cream has on some people...
And here stands one of the most amazing ping-pong players I've ever met...Nathan.
One simple word...feet.
Aren't they so cute?!?!?!
"Can I stop smiling now? My cheeks are hurting so bad!!!"
They've joined the group of happy peppy people and have been taking their Vitameatavegamin. :)
Peter looks bewildered about something...
Some of the little cow-pokes getting ready to paint the chicken coop.
The painting crew...the little people in the front didn't realize they could smile. :)
Getting kisses from Uncle Yum Yum.
"Y'all come back now...ya' hear?"
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Having reached the ripe age of four and twenty, being three of ten, and the very happy wife of Ben Hector, Tiffany delights in taking joy in the small things in life. Her haven of rest is in Central California where she is quite happy being a housewife. Her main interests include baking, sewing, writing, pretending to be a photographer, knitting, historic dancing, playing the piano, writing music and clothing design. Her latest experiments in the kitchen, have been many different kinds of Cheesecake and large gourmet dinners which include way too many dishes.
...a mere absence of color; it is a shining and affirmative thing, as fierce as red, as definite as black. God paints in many colors; but He never paints so gorgeously, I had almost said so gaudily, as when He paints in white. ~ G.K. Chesterton