Inside and Underside

The last few days, we’ve been settling back into “home life” and also doing some projects. One afternoon, Anna and Mary spent some time cleaning Uriah, and then this morning, John tackled changing Uriah’s oil.

Putting away the cutting board.
A pile of rags comes in handy when cleaning!
Cleaning out the fridge.
It looks so nice, Girls. Thank you!
Uriah needed his oil changed, and John is our master guy at this task.
A messy job.


“Praise ye the Lord. I will praise the Lord with my whole heart, in the assembly of the upright, and in the congregation” (Psalms 111:1).

5 thoughts on “Inside and Underside”

  1. I love these kind of pictures. I don’t know why. Great job girls…so neat and tidy and yes rags are great for emergency.

    Thanks for sharing.

    I hope you feel much much better Sarah.
    Honey and tea is the best and rinse your mouth with warm salt water in the morning and night.
    Thanks, Annie :-). My cold is a little better today…

  2. Thank you so much for coming to Chea. I was so excited to get to meet some of you. Come to Wisconsin again some time!!!!
    Sarah, I liked your Joy of Womanhood workshop. My mom has had to remind me, “Sara, remember what Sarah talked about being content?” when I wasn’t being content. I was only able to get to part 2, so my mom got the CD. I also really enjoyed the Family Harmony music session. Anna’s demonstration of violin/fiddle was very enjoyable.
    God Bless,
    P.S.I really like Mary’s dress(the one she’s wearing in this post). Did you make it? Do you have the pattern number?
    Sara, It was a joy to meet you too! 🙂 I’m really glad you enjoyed the Womanhood session. Mary’s jumper is actual the same pattern # as the one we were wearing Friday at CHEA, except she did the variation with a square neck. It’s McCalls #3129. We don’t put the zipper in it. Enjoy~Sarah

  3. Out of curiosity, were the leather couches/seats a custom order or did you find them somewhere to fit just perfectly? They look so comfortable and really streamline the look! They look like first-class airplane seats, complete with seatbelts, right?
    The seats were ordered from a RV furniture manufacturer. They come in standard sizes and by choosing the right lengths, they fit nicely on each side. Our old living room furniture was more comfortable, but took more room in the walkway and we didn’t have the option of seat belts. We are very grateful for the added walkway room and seat belts. I suppose the closest we get to airbags is when the children are practicing balloon art for a children’s session (smile).

  4. steve and teri maxwell make beautiful children! you are all so lovely and i would love to knwo you 🙂 thanks for setting up this sight 🙂 how old are you now sarah?

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