Hannah tasting an idared apple and picking more...we love going to Iron's fruit farm. When we got home we made an apple pie. I blend a stick of butter and 2 cups of flour in my food processor, then add 6 tablespoons of cold water. Blend again...and it's the perfect crust.
Rob filling up our bags (each bag holds 1/2 bushel)...and we paid $24 for the haul...if you go, CAUTION: there is lots of poison ivy, so you might want to wear pants, socks and shoes (both our girls wore flip flops). We came home and washed our legs/feet with soapy water and all is okay!
All ready for Sunday school. We made vestments...This beautiful cross was in the lobby of St. Francis hospital...and there was one in each room.
Right after church, we headed to Indiana to meet the NEW baby...here is Rob holding his nephew, Bryce, and that's his brother, Aaron.Olivia giving her new little cousin a kiss...Hannah held him for a long time. She's so good with babies.
Tuesday: busy, sweet and full - A full but good day today. Tea with milk for breakfast. Joy of Cooking research (more on that below). A quick lunch that my Husba...
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