Sunday, October 26, 2014


Slept in a little on this Sunday morning after this very busy week.  After chores and breakfast I made it to church a little early and even remembered to put together my "secret sister" gift for October.
The service was nice, still from 2nd Timothy.
Everyone made it to lunch except #2 son who is probably playing his last Sunday's golf game of the season. It is supposed to turn colder next weekend.
We had a big crock pot full of beef stew with corn bread and apple cobbler for dessert, it was all delicious.
After everyone left hubbie and I spent the afternoon working on our trunk or treat idea for this year's church event.
#2 son came by for left overs and said he is back to working 6 days a week at the post office after a couple temporary workers they had hired to help quit.
The temperature today was warmer,in the low 70's and very sunny.
Hubbie and I had time to sit out in the outside patio and watch the sun go down this evening. We were almost to late.
The foliage maps say that it is our peak week of leaf of color but around here there is still lots of green leaves on the trees.
There are some pretty spots of color mixed in with the green.

On this slow reflective Sunday it is a good time to finish the October decade pictures with the "undated" ones.
These first two are of my Aunt Mary, my mom's youngest sister.

This is another picture of Mary along with an older sister, Hattie .
This is a picture of my mom dressed for a parade of some sort.
This is an old metal photo of my dad, looks like maybe late teens to early twenties.
This photograph isn't metal but it is a later picture of my dad.
This is another way of preserving these old photographs by putting them on this blog and then into my blog books as I get them published.
Grateful for a nice Sunday surrounded for family and friends and for all the blessings from God I received today.
Good Night and God Bless.

1 comment:

linda m said...

Hubby and I had a very lazy Sunday afternoon. The sun was shining, it was warm and yard work completed. Love the old pictures - your dad was very handsome. We too have put most of our photos on the computer as it is the best way to preserve them. So many have already been lost due to aging. Blessings