Even though Philip wasn't done with his work at school, he did have Memorial Day off and we went to the parade that our church participated in. This was the boys' first parade experience and they really enjoyed it (or maybe it was the candy they collected). We had a wonderful spot in the shade on the parade route.
Our last day of school was a Field Day spend with other THINK (Teaching Homes In Northern Kentucky) members. I think they said there were about 160 children who participated. I had volunteered to help and so I wasn't able to get many pictures.
Then we traveled to PA for a family reunion of my mom's side of the family. My grandma Miller who is 83 just moved from the area she lived in for 60 years to her son, David's home. She has such a nice little apartment of the side of their house and is still able to get around quite well. She doesn't like to have her picture taken so you have to zoom in when she's not looking.
After leaving PA we came back to OH to mow the yard, take care of the garden and chickens then left for my brother, Jonathan Slagenweit's installation service as pastor of the Easley Bible Methodist Church in Easley, SC. This is the church that Philip and I attended while at Bob Jones University so while we were there we swung by the University to see our friends and also had the opportunity for the boys to meet some of their Bob Jones University Press Distance Learning teachers - that was a highlight!