Cousin Matt!

I am now the slightly apprehensive owner of a floppy new driving permit.
[If one of his family members would refer him here, I'd like to talk to my cousin! Matt, have you got your permit yet? I think your Mom said you were taking Driver's Ed, too. I'd also really like to have your email!]

Ahh…sorry I haven’t posted in a while. I’ve been busy.
Last weekend I went to my first French and Indian Wars reenactment. It was very cold- the first night was in the twenties. I didn’t get a wink of sleep. But the second night was better.

I learned a lot. Everyone there had been doing it for some time- there was an older woman who made bobbin lace, and a middle-aged lady, Susie, who knew a bit of everything! Tess and I liked listening to her, and made friends with her daughter, who is, incidentally, deaf. Maggie was a really fun person. We wrote back and forth on Tess’s drawing pad.

Does anyone have something they’d like me to pray for? I’m trying to stretch out my devotions time, and to make a longer list of people to pray for. Let me know.


  1. Aunt Joni Said,

    October 16, 2006 @ 9:25 am

    Hannah, I have duly notified Matt of your post! :-D He got his permit in September. Hopefully he’ll e-mail later today. He has himself on a very busy schedule trying to practice 4 hours a day.

    I talked with a woman doing bobbin lace at a textil exhibit at the Bangor Library last year. She was from Holland. It was beautiful work, delicate and intricate.

  2. Hannah Said,

    October 16, 2006 @ 10:30 am

    Thank you, Aunt Joni!
    It was very interesting watching the woman who made bobbin lace. We had an informal sewing circle, and there were a variety of projects.

  3. Matt Said,

    October 17, 2006 @ 10:04 pm

    I sent you an email.

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