This post could also be called,
"A special, sunny, Sunday at the farm."
Chloe and Reid were coming from Lethbridge to meet us at church, and of course Luke and Pilar were already at the farm. That meant all of us would be together for the Lord's Day, all of us, except my other half, sweet Josh. :o) Ahh well. I knew he was with his family that day too.
Mom planned a special meal for after church, to celebrate Chloe's birthday. Before church, Hope and Joy helped Auntie Lyddie slice carrots the fast way - in the Bosch food processor. :o)
Meanwhile, it was getting on towards evening snack time, and Hopey was happy to get to be Granny's helper. Homemade guacamole, the best!!!
In this case, it was late Sunday night, and Avery and Lydia were hanging out up there with Luke and Pilar, playing hangman. I eventually found them after getting my little ones into bed. Ave needed to look up the spelling for a word he wanted to do next, so he borrowed my handy-dandy iPhone and looked it up right there without having to go fetch a dictionary. :o)
I then went downstairs and played a late game of Nervous Frustration with Mom, Dad, Chloe, Reid, and Grandma. :o)
It was a beautiful Sunday in our lives. Josh had a special day with his family in Denver that day too.