Friday, September 21, 2012

An itty bitty bloggy break for the Feast

Feast of the Hunter's Moon 2010
I am going to be quite busy this weekend so I'm using this time to rest my ponder, which is more than a little weary.  I won't be writing on Saturday or Sunday.

I'm certain time spent at the above event will perk me up!  We will miss having our kids along, hubby and I first made the trip to "The Feast" when Stephanie was in a stroller.

There is nothing like getting up really early and traveling to the shuttle buses where one is taken back to the 18th Century.  The forecast is for highs in the 60s... our very favorite "Feast" Weather.

See you on Monday, God willing and the Wabash doesn't rise.

6 comments:

Jane said...

Have a wonderful time! You'll have so many memories of the times you took your children and now of this special time in your lives. Look forward to reading more about this Feast!
Jane

Anonymous said...

Brenda, Will miss your posts but hope you and the hubby have a wonderful time at the feast!
May God be with both of you for a safe and enjoyable trip. Marsha

Vee said...

Oh have fun! I have enjoyed reading about this event in the past and I hope that you take lots of pictures.

Nana said...

Hi Brenda;
I will really miss your posts this week-end!! But if anyone deserves a rest it is you my friend! Have a Wonderful Time with your hubby, and enjoy every minute of your time in the 18th century! Love and Hugs, Nana

Mrs.Rabe said...

That looks like an awesome event! Have fun, the weather sounds perfect!

Deanna

Kristi in the Western Reserve said...

You will have a wonderful time! I love historical events. A friend of mine who lives in Maine is the cook for a museum up there, and another woman whose blog I read also cooks for a museum near Philly. Our generation. I always loved history, but the bicentennial sparked so much enthusiasm.