The first day of October we attended a Trail to Gogaltha Walk. It was an absolutely exceptional experience. Anika and I attended but left the little one's home with the Hubby. It was a long walk but amazing. All throughout the trail there was different scenes leading up to when Jesus was crucified on the cross. Afterwards many were saved and went forth for prayer. It was a true honor to be part of something so awesome!
After that amazing walk we rested the remainder of our evening and feasted on some yummy Chili and Cornbread!
On Sunday we all went to Church, even my husband. It was such a blessing because we didn't even ask him to go, he just offered. After church we went to the park for a picnic with some of his buddies from work and their families. We had a yummy picnic lunch and the kids played. Unfortunately we got rained out but it was fun while it lasted! I forgot my camera at home so I got no photos :(
Sunday evening I delivered a truck load of mums that we had sold to help fundraise for Axle's class and then I visited with my Mom and Dad for a bit.
Monday Hubby went to Physical Therapy, I finished up some paper work that the Board's Office needed so I could get paid for subbing those two days and we just basically ginned around the house.
Monday evening Hubby kept the kids while Sis and I traveled about an hour away for a Speech Competition she entered. She didn't win but she did amazing and I was so proud of her. She also got $50.00 just for attending. It was an "Outstanding Youth Competition" that featured Speeches, Interviews and Talent. It was actually a fun night!
Tuesday SJ went to Physical Therapy and the kids and I gathered all our camping gear up. We camped Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday night! The kids had an ABSOLUTE blast. It was a bit cool at night but we all survived. It was so peaceful and just nice to escape reality for a few days.
After such a long exhausting walk, we treated ourselves to ice cream. I opted for a Caramel Sundae since it's Fall and all. I'm totally worn out tonight and will be hitting the hay shortly. It's been an amazing start to October and I hope yours has too.