The Leavenworth County Fair, Part 1

We’ve been so blessed to share again at the Leavenworth County Fair for our third year in a row with face painting and balloons. Today is the last day!

God has abundantly blessed, and it’s an amazing joy to see frequent flyers coming to the booth along with many new faces. Anna and Mary work almost five hours each night (without breaks!), bringing joy to sweet children.

We’ll share more next week, but I wanted to give you a preview.

Love,
Sarah

Talk about ADORABLE!

Oh, the lines. ๐Ÿ™‚

Smiles all around. Super cute ladybugs!

Anna with a little friend and her newest creation, a dinosaur!

The sweet moment when Mary shows them their face!

The end of line balloon. I’ll tell you more about how we do that later.

“Now faith is the substance of things hoped for,
the evidence of things not seen.”
Hebrews 11:1

11 thoughts on “The Leavenworth County Fair, Part 1”

  1. That cute little boy looks so excited about his new dinosaur! Or perhaps it could also be โ€œNessieโ€, I noticed heโ€™s wearing a Loch Ness Monster shirt! ?

  2. Wow, looks like you lot had a great time!
    You are so talented and a great way to witness.
    Well done to you all for putting in such a great effort once again.
    Sending our love
    Xxxxxxxxxx

  3. Sarah, What lovely pictures of the kidos being blessed with such skilled face painting and balloon modelling from your all. The artistic skills of Mary are artistic.

    Did Lolly the funny clown make an appearance this year? She was so funny pardon the pun!!

    Love through blessings
    Esther
    Ps may I share his word…..
    Job 8:21 He will once again fill your mouth with laughter and your lips with shouts of joy.

  4. I always enjoy the posts from your work at the local County Fair. We love to participate in these types of events. Anna and Mary are both very skilled in their arts. Love the pics. Thanks for sharing!

  5. How kind of you to share your time and talents in this way. When I was little I LOVED getting my face painted or requesting a custom balloon animal at fairs, festivals, and picnics. (Honestly, if it were socially acceptable for 32-year-old women to walk around with their faces painted like cats or butterflies, I would probably STILL get my face painted! We had a festival in our little town last weekend, and I canโ€™t say the thought didnโ€™t cross my mind, lol!) Looks like it was a lot fun.

  6. I love the balloons and face painting. Your girls all have such unique and good talents – Sarah at writing, Anna making balloons, and Mary at art! I didn’t know Lolly the clown was Anna! That’s funny! ๐Ÿ™‚

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