Today we made our annual visit to the Pumpkin Patch Farm. I was first introduced to this place when I taught at the Berry College CDC and I have returned every chance I get since then! This was my fifth time there this year.
Since I left my camera at my house, and the only camera I could find here at mom's house is a piece of junk that only held 14 pictures before telling me the memory card was full, and I currently do not know how to remove the pictures from my camera phone, I am going to treat you to a slide show of the past and present. This little trip down memory lane will show you all the wonderful facets of the Pumpkin Patch Farm, as well as how much my kids have grown in the last three years. (especially considering that Zion was just a bump, albeit a very large bump, in my belly the first year I took Canaan to this pumpkin patch)
So, light a pumpkin candle, open a window and feel the cool breeze, spread a little hay around... maybe even roll in some fresh manure. Whatever it takes to get in the pumpkin patch spirit!
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