Monthly Archives: October 2010

Atlanta Trip

We spent the first half of the weekend in Atlanta at a conference with 3 families from our church and two other families from the homeschool group. We had a great time. I don’t, however, even remotely miss the big … Continue reading

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October Weather

Here are the weather details for October. Monthly high: 82° on October 11, Average high 72° Monthly low 34° on October 31, Average low 45° It rained on 7 different days, the highest total of 1.2 inches on Oct. 25. … Continue reading

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Storm Pics

We had some pretty high winds early this morning. What we at first thought was hail, was actually tree limbs. We saw several trees down in the neighborhood. Here is ours.                   … Continue reading

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Lauren’s Soccer

On Thursday, I had my second to last soccer game. It was going to be on the 30th, but since a lot of our team, including our coach, was going to be gone, we rescheduled. We lost, 6-1, I think. … Continue reading

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Soccer Saturday

Another cold, but not foggy, start to the soccer games this morning. It was 36° on the porch, but we saw frost in several places, including the field when we arrived. Rebekah’s team continues to play well, beating a team … Continue reading

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Knoxville and Conasauga Falls

I went to Knoxville yesterday for an EFCA regional meeting. It was a beautiful drive up highway 68: winding road, lots of colorful trees, and some nice views. On the way back I saw a sign that said Conasauga Falls—3. … Continue reading

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Homeschool Get Together

After church today we met at Konehete Park with some other homeschool families for hotdogs, chili, desert, and softball. While it was a small gathering, we had a good time. I got to meet a couple of the dads I … Continue reading

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