The biggest day of the year in Ovid – the Strawberry Festival, saw us peddling up to Main St. on our bikes to watch the parade. All of the Holden’s and Bauman’s were there – either watching, or participating (read: either catching candy or throwing it:)).
My sisters and sis-in-laws- Joanna, Olivia, Anja, and Elise (with mom in the back, laughing ’cause she’s snatching some of my granola)
Here comes the Holden Coal Truck!!!
Amanda G says
Aww.. I love the picture of your parents!! They are so sweet. 🙂
It's not at all strange that it was very special to you to introduce me to your brother and his family. I told Rachel when we said goodbye that it was very nice to have met her – that I felt like I had met Sarah's sister!
Good for you for turning down the Ice cream. That's always a tough one for me, too. It does get easier, though, when you can say – "I have resisted so far!"
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Thank you for the comment! It took me awhile to get it right, but I do like my new site now- I'm glad you like it, too. 🙂
I'm also glad that you had a good time on Sunday, thank you for coming. It is so neat to be able to introduce you all to the rest of my family…I know it might be strange, but it means a lot to me.
The Strawberry Festival looks like it was a good time…I wish we all could have come over for it, but it was just too busy of a time. I hear that Ovid really becomes a hoppin' place during it- I wouldn't mind seeing that. 😉
Olivia's name for me is sarah parah- and she is liv love. So, that explains her comment! -lol
P.S. I have turned down ice cream twice this week, and I feel like it is getting easier. It doesn't bother me as much to have people around me eating it, I don't sit there wishing I could eat it, too. I just thought I'd share that with you… 😉