Sunday, November 27, 2005


My family had a great time over Thanksgiving break with long-time family friends. We started the tradition of spending Thanksgiving with them several years ago, after they moved to TN, and we've kept it up ever since. I always look forward to getting to spend Thanksgiving with the Zeglens and all 7 of their children :).

The middle 3 girls are my and Hannah's special friends, and we love to do fun things with them! This summer we had "Susan Garrison's Homemaking Camp" in which we sewed, baked, and cooked. We've done cake decorating as well, and plans are in the works for baking whole wheat bread in the future. We also enjoy watching our older brothers play with explosives - a standing Thanksgiving tradition :). This year featured two hot-air balloons and a flame-spurting potato gun.

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