Monthly Archives: July 2007

2nd Cut Alfalfa (T)

  Dad finished baling the 2nd cut alfalfa. What a difference rain makes! Last year we got 30 bales 1st cut and couldn’t even cut a 2nd cut.                http://video.google.com/googleplayer.swf?docId=-1920541506785328465&hl=en    This year, the same field, we got 210 bales … Continue reading

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Special Sabbath (M)

Today was a special Sabbath, because Tabby preached for her first time, and Jack, and Sue Bone are back in Lehr from Oregon. Tabby’s sermon was on No More Goodbyes/Heaven. And I got to take pictures! J It was soooooo … Continue reading

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Planning (M)

:: This is Mindy again, from now on we’ll put our initial ( T or M ) in the title so you know who’s posting J :: Mom, and Tabby (and us helping wherever we can) have been working hard … Continue reading

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5 + 5 = 10

The pool is becomeing a popular attraction in the neighborhood, when it’s 90-100 degrees every day it’s a fun place to spend time with friends.  Yesterday the girls had the Meidinger girls over to swim, then went to their house and spent the night … Continue reading

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one of those days

I’m just kinda being lazy right now.   It’s just one of those days, I worked on some games for VBS and painted one of the banners but it’s just too hot to get exited about doing anything else right now, it’s 99 degrees … Continue reading

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weekend

Friday evening we went to Beaver Lake ( ND State park ) and camped with some friends and family. We have church at the lake once a year and whoever wants to, go the night before and camp. The forecast … Continue reading

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oats

This is the first year we’ve grown oats in a long time, so I don’t really remember it but this year dad planted one feild to bale for hay.  God has richly blessed!  Mom says she’s never seen oats so tall in all the years they grew it at … Continue reading

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