Trip Preparations

Yikes! I am really out of the habit of posting! Of course we have been quite busy, too. šŸ˜‰ We’ll be leaving in less than a week for the Family Economics Conference 2012… and I’M SO EXCITED! šŸ˜€ There are so many happy little details that I could ramble on about, but to sum it all up, God has abundantly blessed us in being able to take this trip and attend the conference. I’m also thrilled to be doing a lot of the food planning and prep for this trip, which I hope to be posting about tomorrow. But for now, here are a few pictures of what’s been going on over the past few days.

With some lovely weather early in the week, Lady L and I went for a bike ride

At the dining room table - a busy hub of our family-centered-homeschooling-lifestyle. Amanda helping Lady L with some schoolwork while Mom works on something special...

Sewing Colonial dresses! It's been a "dream" of ours for awhile to make period clothing and go to/host historical events (history is a favorite subject), and this year, we will have the opportunity to do so by attending the Liberty Day Celebration held in conjunction with the Family Economics conference!

Lady L's dress, prior to hemming and finishing touches

Once again the dining room table is a mix of sewing station and school room

Practicing for piano lessons with Amanda

And lastly, trying out a new recipe for the trip - a sneak preview of tomorrow's post! Lady L did a great job putting it together and it was delicious!

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2 thoughts on “Trip Preparations

  1. Amy

    I love the new layout for your blog, and the colonial dress is just beautiful! Praying that you’ll have a safe journey and enjoy your trip!

    Reply

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