Our fall weather has sure caught cold. The farmers are really trying to get their harvesting done before winter. Combines are working with a cloud of dust. Like most farmers coming in from the field, Fred is all covered in dust. He dusts off before coming in, thank God. We sure could use some moisture but not in the form of snow.
Loraine Blodgett had a nice visit from her daughter, Ann Kempka and her husband Randy. They will be spending about 12 days before returning to Charlotte, NC. They had been visiting other relatives throughout Boyceville and the other Wisconsin areas. Loraine was so happy with their visit. God Bless.
Watched the game after a visit in Colfax. It wasn’t that good, but I’m still a Green Bay fan and will watch them.
On Saturday, despite the cold wind, Fred and I joined Candice and Brian Wolff as Dawn and Murphy treated us to an afternoon wagon trail ride at Ned Hahn’s. He has trails throughout the Corkscrew Hills to a couple of cabins in the woods. What beautiful trees and views of the area.
Thanks Dawn and also Ned for the enjoyable ride.
Today at Trinity the sweetest little boy was baptized, Blake Thomas Sauer, son of Heather and Nathan Sauer. He smiled the biggest smile when Pastor Brad put the water on his head. What an uplifting feeling you got. God bless the children.
Today at St. Luke’s was a full house for their annual Fall Dinner. Another Lord’s blessing.
I don’t know but as I’ve said before, I don’t like to cook so I hope you all take part in the food and treats when others cook. I do!
Keep me informed.