Our Summer Blues
|Karyn and her crew...plus a friend (o;|
|Beth, Petra and Seth...Gotta love all three expressions.|
|One of my faves from this season.|
|The Fanning Family...growing to a family of four soon!|
|Our oldest picker...Miss Naomi Roth (92yrs old)|
|Deborah, Elisabeth, Dennis, Naomi and Linda|
|The Stewart Clan...plus Calvin.|
|Mama and Daughter (Janet & Charissa). |
I loved getting to see them together....Hadn't seen Janet since just after high school.
|The Kraemer girls, Paula & Faith.|
|The Roberts family|
|The Johnson Kids!|
|Working buddy Heather and her boy Zane|
|The Deller girls|
|Bob and Judy Keeney|
|Deb and Kenna Toedetmeier|
|The Reyman Family|
|Another one of my absolute favs...|
Love me some Lori (o;
|Sandy Poole (or as the boys call her, "Teacher Sandy" from Sunday School at CCC), her daughter Susan, granddaughter Sara and great grandsons Troy and Clayton.|
This mama is an incredible one of four boys (with another little Mr. on the way!).
|Jazzmin! Her boy Jake and William shared a 1st grade class.|
|The Hunters! Caleb was also in 1st grade with William and Matthew is almost the exact same age as Calvin. |
All four of them became great budd.
|Shelly (who I knew as Shelly Bunn in high school) and Shana (Bunn) Teeter with their kiddos. Shana didn't want to miss out on picking this year even if it meant the feat of bringing her twin 4 month old boys over! So fun!|
|Kathy Ballard and her niece. The Ballard family and ours go WAY back!|
|Although I barely got to know these two, Marilyn was instrumental in |
speaking to my heart with regard to our potential move.
She too had to let go of a large blueberry field a long time ago...
|Michele...She always overdoes and blueberry picking proves no different for her (o ; She takes the cake for the largest amount of blueberries picked and taken away in an evening (over 100lbs)|
|Love these two...|
|And these two (o; (Grandma, wearing her birthday crown proudly)|
|Melisa and her kiddos!|
|The Sansone Clan|
|The Therber family! (plus a chicken who's hoping to find a blueberry...) . This family cleared the field for us. |
Our very last pickers of the season.
All in all, it couldn't have ended any better. My heart was full and so was my freezer. Although I know I'll miss the field when Summer comes next year, I am so grateful God allowed us one last full season.