A Productive Saturday at the Maxwells’

Saturdays are wonderful family days! This last Saturday was perfect, and the whole neighborhood was out. Spring is a great time to get all sorts of odd jobs done. Isn’t it fantastic to soak up the warm sunshine once again?

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Dad was trying to save an old printer. It was a very intricate operation. Unfortunately, the patient didn’t recover. We tried almost everything, and sometimes it works: sometimes it doesn’t.

 “I will praise the Lord according to his righteousness: and will sing praise to the name of the Lord most high.” Psalms 7:17

8 thoughts on “A Productive Saturday at the Maxwells’”

  1. Looks like you all got a lot of work done this past Saturday! Just out of curiosity, whose truck is Anna washing?
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    John’s

  2. Question: That mixer looks great – can you share the make and model?
    FYI: Mr. Clean Magic Erase works incredible on outdoor furniture especially anything made of PVC plastic. It will it look brand spanking new and you can buy them in bulk at Costco.
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    Thank you for the suggestion on the erasers. We will try them.
    The mixer is a Magic Mill DLX 8000.

  3. I enjoyed these photos of family members having a productive Saturday. :) The lovely Spring sunshine seems to make outdoor tasks more pleasant!
    Continued prayers for Melanie as she gets closer to her delivery time.

  4. Thanks for sharing these precious moments with us.
    The little girls are just adorable.
    How’s Ruthanne doing?
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    She is doing great!

  5. Thank you for sharing the productive day pictures! Your family is so motivating to ours!

    Love from NJ

    Lisa and Hannah

  6. What is Anna doing in the first picture?

    Thanks for sharing your pictures!
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    She is making chocolate chip cookies for the cement truck driver. We like to do that and they like to eat them.

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