I have always been into art, and during Covid I have had lots of time on my hands. This steamboat is what I decided to make. I used our 3-D printer to create the blank, and used paintbrushes and palettes from my Aunt Andrea for Christmas. When I made it I had a search-and-rescue boat in mind. - Tucker
Sunday, January 10, 2021
Keith and the kids finally decided to take on the task of giving the Escalade a deep clean. You can see Tucker is using a special brush attached to a drill, and he's using that to work the special soap into the carpet. It took many hours and many applications of soap and water to get most of the dirt out.
Carson is using a horsehair brush to gently brush away a lot of the grime on the chairs.
I guess we should take some 'after' pictures, but now, the Escalade looks bright and clean.
Brianna, Jess and Carson
Savannah and Jess
Savannah, Jess and Bethany
Tucker, watching the zamboni clear the ice
standing outside the skating rink (had to wear our masks)
this is inside the GSR, Carson found a ballroom named after him
Jess was so nice to help Savannah
all the kids had a great time skating together
Tucker, showing off his backwards-skating skills before we left
(For some reason, the pictures loaded in reverse order) Melvin, using his new branding iron
Lori, Scott, Jesselyn, Bethany, Carson, Brianna, Savannah and Tucker
The kids, picking up their candy from the busted pinata in the following pictures
The talent show, with lots of performances of Christmas songs
Savannah played Silent Night
Tucker and Angela sang Silent Night
The kids all held up different pictures of Christ as part of a Christ-centered presentation after the puppet-nativity.
The kids put on a puppet nativity while Scott narrated, reading the Christmas story in Luke.
We had a nice Christmas Eve.