Even Josiah (13 at the time) managed to just barely fit in it. When his friends came over, they all had to have a try, too, LOL. Everyday was always an adventure at our place.
Rina, not at all a flexible child, had a hard time adjusting to new sleeping quarters. Camping long term with a toddler was challenging to say the least.
This was what I called my "fire art". These were items I pulled out of the the burned out trailer house and used as yard art. I put my bird feeder in the middle of my antique ice cream parlor chair, added my jewelry tree with my burned earrings and topped it off with the "God Made Me Special" plate.
I brought all my herb buckets I had on the front porch near the burned-out trailer and put them around the borrowed travel trailer. Making lemonade out of lemons. My spinning wheel was half burned and unusable, but I thought it looked OK as yard art.
Hailey was a townsperson.
Michael was a disciple. He looked so weird with long hair!
Josiah helped behind the scenes with the lights. He did a great job!
Hailey reenacting Palm Sunday.
Our pastor did a great job playing Jesus.
Having Easter morning in the trailer where it was warm!
Grandma Kricket, teaching Rina to pray in church.
We are so thankful for the resurrection of our Lord and that we have to privilege to celebrate it.
HOPE SPRINGS NEW!