Wild flowers and grasses from the field around our center that I picked for Mother's Day.
Isaiah using a jigsaw to cut wood for a homeschool shelf.
Guacamole, bread, salad, homemade fried noodles, and homemade yogurt dressing.
Tiffany makes up meals so we don't have to eat the same things.
Jamaican coco bread fresh from the oven.
And stuffed with fillings.
A lot of people in our family "love" food!
At Youth Group's Crazy Hair Night. Both our kids won prizes.
Amerel wore dyed spaghetti glued to a shower cap, dyed cotton balls as meat balls, and, of course, a pot for a hat. Isaiah had long grass from the field glued to material and tied around his head.
Our new white water drain isn't draining in this part of our yard. My friend, White, volunteered to clean out the rocks and water for me. It's a dirty job, but someone has to do it.
Now, we have about 40 feet of plastic tubing (wrapping around our shed)
to allow the water to drain onto the top of the grass. According to White, there will be no foul smell (hmmm...we'll see). I plan to plant beautiful flowers in the water drain-off to have a low-maintenance flower garden even in the dry season. We'll see how it all works.
Love and Blessings,
Tyren and Tiffany