They cut wood as a service project, climbed Mt. Monadnock, challenged one another in their faith, practiced skills for survival, had campfires and lots of yummy food. It was so encouraging to
hear of their adventures on Sunday afternoon and the excitement they had for the men and sons they met and reconnected with and the adventures and service they accomplished.
While they went on their adventures, Michaela graciously held the fort down for us with taking care of the dogs and horses...we were very grateful for her servants heart.
The three younger girls and I headed to our daughter, Jess’s house for a few days. We snuggled with Skyler, went for walks, the girls got to go horseback riding and just sharing time with one another. It was a sweet time together.
On Monday, Brandon and Ben headed to the Lakes region where they helped their Timber Framing class finish a build on cow Island. They were so excited to go help on the two story cabin. They had a bit of fun swimming in the cold lake, and hanging out with their classmates too.
Kiara and I headed to our town celebrations Memorial Day parade. It was an amazing celebration of our armed forces men and women. She marched in the parade with a group from the Miss Raymond Scholarship Pageant. She did a great job as did the other girls on a super warm morning.