Isaiah 6:8

8 Then I heard the voice of the Lord saying, “Whom shall I send? And who will go for us?”And I said, “Here am I. Send me!”

Sunday, October 28, 2012

Project 365-Week 43

The year is winding down and I am looking forward to Thanksgiving.  I have so much to be thankful for this year.  It also means a few days off.  That never hurts my feelings.  Project 365 is a lot of fun and a great way to chronicle the week.  If you want to join in it is never to late.  Just click here and jump over to Sara's site and look at what everyone else did.  There are some amazing photos...and some amazing stories.  You won't want to miss out on either.

Sunday, October 21st
This was Frank's sign for the week.  I thought it was kind of cute.
Monday, October 22nd 
 Frank got a new sign for his business and framed it up nicely.  It sits at the edge of our driveway and looks lovely.  I think it will definitely be seen.  Don't you?

Tuesday, October 23rd
 Roanoke is having a huge Fall Festival on Halloween.  Each business is putting up decorations reflecting what they do.  I have tried for over a week to get this shot but the parking spots were always taken when I made it back to town or it was too dark.  I managed to get the beauty shop today.
Wednesday, October 24th
This little lady was enjoying her afternoon coffee when I came through.  As can see from the sunset in the window it was getting late.  I hope she is drinking de-caf or she will be up all night.

Thursday, October 25th

We prebowled this week because I had a special choir practice.  I decided to make Mandarin Orange bread when I got home.  I thought I would include the recipe if you feel like getting adventurous.  It was delicious.

Friday, October 26th
This is what my fifth block class looked like on Friday.  I normally do not have any vacant seat.  Between the band, football team, and cheerleaders I lost a sizeable chunk of my kids.  Our football team played in Eufaula for Regional Championship tonight the and our girls Volleyball team played in Montgomery for the Area Championship at noon today.  Students were excused if they went to the game and saw either Mr. Reyes or Coach Rob.  The football team won their game, but the Volleyball team lost.  Frank and I went to Party City and Sams to get supplies for our booth at the Fall Festival.
Saturday, October 27th


Frank and I were up early on Saturday getting ready to go to a Burgess Family Reunion at Cheaha.  Cheaha is the tallest point in Alabama. It was so very cold when we got there.  We got the spot ready for the rest of the family and then we built a fire in one of the grills after we gathered some wood.  Glenda and I walked down to the lake and I caught some shots of her staring at the water and the leaves.  I got Marcie collecting wood, Frank enjoying the fire and Tula trying to stay warm.  Before you I am not a Burgess.....but a lot of our church members are....AND I actually went to school from the sixth grade in West Palm Beach with one of the cousins.  We found each other sometime over the year on Facebook through the Forest Hill High School reunion page and we only live about an hour from each other.  How funny is that?  Gina and her parents were there and I really enjoyed catching up with her.  Her dad used to manage the Publix we shopped at when I was younger.  They lived two blocks over from us in Mrs. Carlson's sixth grade class together.  It defintely is a small world.  Did I mention that I love family reunions....even if they aren't mine.  You learn alot about people at them.  I have had a wonderful week and am looking forward to next week. See you next Sunday with another week in photos.  Have a good one!


Debby@Just Breathe said...

His business sign looks great and I love the Noah's Ark on it. Love the picture of the leave and the tree colors look beautiful.

The Bug said...

I love the church sign - very clever. And his wood-working business sign - I hope it brings him a lot of business!

Love the ladies at the beauty shop & cafe - too cute!