A Shabbat Picnic and Baseball

Well, Matt is still out of town. He has been in New York for the past week and a half and won’t be back for a few more days. It has been quite the experience. Both he and a friend went to take care of some business, and his wife and family and we are here sticking it out together. The fellowship has been good, but we want the guys to get back soon.

For Shabbat this afternoon, we are meeting up at the soccer field up the hill and having a picnic and some time for the kids to all play baseball. The food is all prepared on the Sixth Day the day before Shabbat.
We are having our usual for Breakfast:

English Muffins
hard boiled eggs
bananas

They may also mix up some raw oatmeal with some honey and cinnamon too. They do that sometimes, and sometimes we have yogurt. Those are both something simple and easy for the 6yo himself to mix up.

Our friends will be bringing sloppy joes and egg salad and who knows what else-surely something else yummy, and we will be bringing the following:

Hummus and flat bread-more like a thin crunchy tortilla, actually
veggies: carrots, celery, zucchini
potato salad
green salad
pina

We will take our gloves and a ball and bat, the stroller, some blankets, the dogs, and sit and have a good time.
and white beans and garbanzos for dinner.

It should be a lovely time.

I am your God.
Walk in My laws, and guard My right-rulings, and do them.

And set apart My Sabbaths, and they shall be a sign
between Me and you, to know that I am your God.”
Ezekiel 20:19-20

Shabbat Shalum and blessings to you!

Mrs. Dixon

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Mrs. Jacque Dixon and her husband, Matt, are busy preparing and training seven of their nine children up in YHVH’s narrow way. Currently living in Costa Rica, her goals include: encouraging families in the Way, in Scriptures, in child training, home schooling, true femininity, and support of widows. Walking Therein is where Jacque writes encouraging articles of faith, home schooling and the daily adventures of the Dixon family, with a mix of news and reviews also thrown in from time to time.

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  1. Leslie says:

    Shabbat Shalom! Sounds like a lovely day :)

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