Friday, October 30, 2009

Pumpkin Farm in "Chunky" Mississippi

We ventured to the Pumpkin Farm here is the sprawling metropolis of Meridian to get pumpkins for our family to either carve or paint (Bonnie does not like to carve them because she says it hurts the pumpkins- I know she is a crunchy tree hugger, what can I say she was born in California). Well we got there and discovered that they had a few activities for the kids to do (hay maze, train ride, punkin chunkin, petting zoo) so in true Dill spirit we decided to do it all and make a day of it. The petting zoo was eeehh..., the corn maze was fun it was one of those you can only make right turns so naturally Bonnie and Daddum figured it out in about 30 seconds and the train ride was laughable because Daddum got suckered into riding with the kids and the train was quite small in size...big man in a little train much?? It was freezing the day we went and yet today it is humid and uncomfortable as I type this post out--yay to living in the South/Gulf Coast/Humidity USA!! All in all it was a blast and at the Farm there were vendors so naturally Mama and Daddum gravitated towards the home made habanero salsa; needless to say we bought three Ball canning jars of Home made salsa and all but half of one is left. What can I say we are some spicy folks around here..Clyde andDaddum polished one jar between the 2 of them!!! Enjoy the pics and feel the good family times coming thru the computer at your face...its kinda like least we think so!!

Beloved, let us love one another: for love is of God; and every one that loveth is born of God, and knoweth God. He that loveth not knoweth not God; for God is love.
--1 John 4:7,8

1 comment:

Justine said...

I love the pic of Dad in the train, classic!