Lots of pictures, little time. Head barely above water. So much laundry. Garden is a mess. I cannot possibly can another okra. I am thankful for the abundance but ready for the season of rest.
So here, without shame, are my pictures. Just a few words but lots of pictures.
|First day, or maybe second day of Pre-K! (He is kid number 4. Give me some grace.)|
|She found the chocolate chips!|
|We celebrated Rosh Hashana or the Feast of Trumpets with sweet bread and apples with honey! We also listened to the blowing of the shofar from Israel. It is a powerful sound!|
|Jolie claims that he is an old lady in a 7-year-old's body.|
|I think he is just plain sweet and tender-hearted.|
|This guy too!|
|Oh my sweet!|
|The girls are busy preparing for winter. They are doing awesome!|
|Me in my gear admiring their work!|
|My crazy husband in no protection. Good thing the girls are pretty calm.|
|Grandmother and Popper came from NM for our chile roast.|
|George and Matt worked so hard to make everything run smoothly.|
|Well, almost everyone. :) Some of us just looked cute.|
|Cousins and chile!|
|These two are trouble but they have SO MUCH FUN!|
|Sweet Heather and George!|
|Halie playing with the kids. It was almost a disaster! If you click on this picture, Halie's face is priceless!|
|Love this time of year.|
|This makes me so happy in a way that might be a little bit crazy. We all ate our weight in chile and tortillas!|
|Getting it bagged and ready for the freezer. We will enjoy this in stews, enchiladas, burritos, casseroles and just chopped up on anything else we may eat. It's a New Mexico staple!|
|This precious man valiantly fought the flies all afternoon! He had the most important job. The flies were awful!|
Now I feel ready for Fall. Next up, the Annual Mullins women's canning day!