The Lindsey Visit

We could never fail to mention our overwhelming fun we had with Lindsey over the past seventeen days. We had goals to do a lot of things with her, and accomplished most of them! The first big thing we did was go to a pumpkin patch and pick a few of those. We all had a blast! Earlier that same day, we ate at Chick-Fil-A (one of our new favorites–delicious food, very clean, born-again Christian owned, and closed on Sunday) in Shrewsberry because we had a couple coupons for free sandwiches. It just happened to be their fifth anniversary week, so they had a few fun things that afternoon. Lindsey was able to see a couple of “cows” in the restaurant.

Just look at that smile on her face!
Andrea and Lindsey also had a few baking days...

Lindsey also met some new friends…

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Visiting a farm with Hannah, Catherine, and Olivia Turner
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An evening with Jenna and Alyssa Starr
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Raking leaves with Kate McCleary

Sunday night was our “last hurrah” before she left.  The Mullers, missionaries to Mongolia, came and reported to our church just before they head back to the field early next month.  They are from Fairhaven, so they were able to take Lindsey back with them.  We had a lot of fun and fellowship with the Mullers and Eebee (a college friend from Mongolia) Sunday afternoon and evening.  We invited them to our home for lunch, and had pizza with them after the evening service.  This morning, on their way back to Chesterton, they picked up Lindsey, and we all said our goodbyes.  What a great last couple of weeks we had!  Maybe Andrea can tell a few more interesting stories in the near future…

3 thoughts on “The Lindsey Visit”

  1. We love Chick-fil-a here in the south. We love freshly baked cookies here in the south. And we really love Lindsey here in the south. I’m sure her visit was fun for everyone.

  2. Chick-fil-A is wonderful! My mom and I will travel 110 miles round-trip just to get a Chick-fil-A sandwich since the nearest one to us in South Bend. I’ve met S. Truitt Cathy, the founder of Chick-fil-A, and he is a dear, sweet Christian man. It’s great to see God blessing a Christian businessman who puts God first and doesn’t compromise his standards just to make a buck. You don’t see that much these days.

    I’m glad you had a good time with Lindsey, but I’m glad she’s back home at Fairhaven. We missed her while she was away.

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