We are the clay, you are the potter; we are all the work of your hand. ~Isaiah 64:8

Friday, November 19, 2010

Autumn in our new home

My cousin's wedding at Peace College in Raleigh, NC.  In the middle is my 93 year old grandmother posing with the founder of Peace College, William Peace.  Beside her is my cousin's great-Aunt.


My girls in matching colors (I also wore lavendar) - right down to their lack of shoes!


Lots of unpacking!  The girls had a great system: big sis stuffed newspaper in the box and little sis smashed it down.

I went on a retreat weekend with the ladies from my church.  We visited Montreat, NC, which is very near Asheville.  Beautiful autumn weather and leaves!


Louie, found in a dumpster feasting on scraps, became a member of our family.


Our Halloween (All Hallows Eve) was a bit different this year.  We attended a GREAT All Hallows church party and had so much fun, we skipped trick-or-treating.  We didn't carve a pumpkin, but we did decorate a few.




General goofiness ensues on a daily basis.


Explored the woods and began creating a scrap-wood fort (or something).

2 comments:

Amy said...

So glad to see you've had a wonderful Fall!

And Happy Advent to you today. :)

Kerry said...

Hi, Amy! Happy Advent to you, also. I enjoyed the post about your Advent wreath making. The kids have all grown so much.