Now, this was a yummy, fun field trip. We started off the day with a tour of the facilities. They showed us their large dough mixer where they make all of their own dough. Then, the showed us a VERY large freezer where they store the dough. They use the same dough for their pizzas, breadsticks, and cinnamon rolls. They just add the different ingredients. A gentleman in the back was getting the dough ready for some cinnamon rolls and breadsticks. Then, we went over to the pizza making area. They showed the group the dough press (no tossing pizza…
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Right now, we’re studying the book of Joshua. This week, we’re studying about the crossing of the Jordan River. Once the people of Israel crossed the Jordan River, God instructed them to build a memorial. We decided to build our own memorial by writing the name of the 12 tribes of Israel on 12 different stones. Once Little Song Bird had written all of the names on the stones, she assembled her memorial and I hot glued the structure together. We were pleased with the end result.
We thought you might like to be introduced to our “other” family members. You know, the kind that can’t talk, but love lots of attention. Here’s the rest of our family. We had bunnies as part of our family for a little while, but it turns out that I was allergic to them, so we found them a new loving home.
Today, D had an unexpected day off, so we decided to enjoy our time together. We enjoyed a nice picnic by the water at the park. Then we played some frisbee and rode around on our bikes. D made some adjustments on Munchkin’s bike so she needed to get used to that, so we were all riding around the yard. It was pretty funny. This evening we are relaxing and watching the new Curious George movie. It’s been a nice day together as a family.
Someone was kind enough to give us several Matchbox/Hot Wheels race tracks. Munchkin and Daddy built their own track by combining several sets. Now, since they don’t exactly match… well… there’s a little taping involved. You have to watch out because you never know when one of the cars will go flying off the track.