Wednesday, February 13, 2019

January means Farm shows and Ice skating!



Hello Friends, 
Hope everyone is staying warm in this colddd weather! 
The month of January was a very full one for us from farm shows and ice skating to college intensives and out-of-state trips! I'm inviting you to join me as I share our month in pictures below. =)



The family attended the Harrisburg PA Farm show where they watched horse pulls, saw exhibits and looked at the animals.




I was unable to go with them because I was at Penn View Bible Institute taking an intense two week class on Music Theory.  In the class with me,  were three cousins so we had a wonderful time learning theory and helping each other!

January seemed to be the month of vehicle breakdowns! Dad was driving along in Harrisburg when he saw his tire suddenly traveling ahead of him much faster then the rest of the car. He crunched to a halt and thankfully no one was hurt in the process!

 On our way home from a program an hour away, our van suddenly began stalling and within minutes we were stranded. But we are very blessed to have dear family members who come out to pick us up and haul us home while the van got picked up by the tow truck! (Thanks, Ezra!)

 Dad took a small crew of boys to MO on a business trip and to do some remodeling on our house at the same time! Here they were working on finishing the basement bedroom.

 The weather turned quite cold, much to everyone's happiness and out came the iceskates! I can't ice skate well but at least I can give everyone watching me a good laugh!
                  Caleb and I are better at cheering the others on, then ice skating ourselves. =)

                               One evening, we collected our friends from near and far (Daniel and Jessica all the way from NY!) and attended a concert where one of the world's greatest Violin players (also a child prodigy) was performing. The music was amazing and it was a fun evening spent with friends!
    We girls got bored while waiting in line and decided to try to take a picture from high above!

                                                               Till next time,
                                                                    Susanna

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