|Daphne, Daphne, and Paul|
|Cornhusk doll makers|
|The mercantile worker|
Paul decided to change careers so he is taking a class on blacksmithing each Wednesday night. He is learning how to make some useful items, but can't seem to make them look very good.
Dave and Faye stopped by for a visit this month. They have been called as employment missionaries and showed Paul how to get on the church's employment website - no jobs open for a blacksmith. We went to the Provo Temple on Oct 4 for the Sealing of Mike and Faye Lynette and their family. This was a special time since most of Dave & Faye's family were there as well as Ken (from Richard's family) and Julie (from Doug's family). It brought back the special love we have for each of them. After being in the temple we went to our mission reunion with President & Sister Eyre. It was good to see some of the missionaries we knew in Canada, but it reminded us that we can never go back. Everyone keeps changing.
Diane's birthday was on Oct 7th. I keep waiting for her to grow up so she will be old enough for Medicare, but I just need to be patient with these youngsters. Andrea tried to make a gluten-free angel-food cake, but she didn't know that they never turn out right. It tasted good, though.
|The birthday cake|
|Quite a blaze|
|What do I do with these?|
Every year Providence has a sauerkraut festival. Diane talked Paul into taking her this year. They had a turkey dinner at the Old Rock Church. Paul was able to find something he could eat (without the sauerkraut, of course).
|Arial, the MC - the other pictures were blurry|
Well, the big event of the month was our trip to Peru (Oct 22 to Nov 1), but that will have to wait for its own blog.