Another Busy Day

I still have not had a chance to really relax yet after our swim season ending, but then again, this is nothing new. RELAX is a word that is not really in my vocabulary. In fact, I don’t think I really even know what the definition of that word is. Friday, as you know, our swim season officially ended. Our Final Meet of the Season – Day 2. Yesterday, with NO rest for the weary, and believe me, very weary I was too, was another early day, though not nearly as early as every other day this summer has been. I am used to this kind of schedule though, as I have been doing this for MANY, MANY years.

Our church had a big car show that Larry and I volunteered to help with, so we were there for most of the day, then got together with Jonathan and Priscilla after.

The car show was a big success. There were over 50 cars that were proudly displayed by their owners. There was a wide variety of beautiful cars around for our viewing pleasure too. There were old classics, new classics and everything in between. Of course I had my favorites.

I am always better when I have a job to do, and since no one gave me an official job, I created my own job as the unofficial church photographer. I got to see and enjoy everything that was going on. I took pictures of all the cars (as well as other means of transportation), but I will only share some of my favorites with you today.

There were all forms of transportation, not just the four-wheeled kind. I am a Mustang lover, and these beauties are actual wild mustangs that are being successfully introduced to society and domesticity. They seem to be enjoying their new life. This is Esther.

Misty wanted to make herself known too, but Midnight was not quite so sure.

From no wheels to four wheels.

From four wheels to three.

And from three to two.

Now for some of the real “stars” of the day. These cars were all in mint condition and all had just been cleaned and dressed up just for the occasion.

This 1955 truck came complete with an exact mini replica of itself too. Peek under the hood for a closer look.

Our Pastor, Matthew, bringing out the awards.

We had a jumpy castle and games for the kids, we had prayer tents, and we had live music too.

And we also had lots of hamburgers, hot dogs and all the fixin’s as well. There was a little something for everyone.

It was a fun family event for everyone. Thanks to everyone who helped out.

We had everything from four wheels to four legs.

Stay safe and stay well Everyone. ‘Til Next time.

Author: ajeanneinthekitchen

I have worked in the restaurant and catering industry for 35 years. I attended 2 culinary schools in Southern California, and have a degree in culinary arts from the Southern California School of Culinary Arts, as well as a few other degrees in other areas. I love to cook and I love to feed people.

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