April 11, 2014

Afternoon at the Park

Yesterday we went to the park for the afternoon with my good friends, Dakota and Aspen. We walked around a bit and discussed books and Doctor Who and all those good nerdy things. ;) While we walked, our younger siblings played together on the playground.
It was so nice to get out and enjoy the sunshine, and even nicer to visit with such wonderful friends!

Parks are so great for home schoolers, let me tell you! It is always wonderful to get out of the house. And it is also always such a joy to see these girls, they are such sweet sisters and I love hanging out with them. :) God has blessed me with such lovely friends.

They help their mom with her channel on YouTube, The Pancake Channel. They post amazing vegan pancake (and more) recipes. Go check them out, they are so wonderful! You can find them right here.

Have a lovely day, and enjoy the weather!
xo Rachelle


  1. Love how your eyes match your outfit!

  2. It's even better when you have the whole park to yourself because everyone else is in school! #homeschoolerswin

  3. It sounds awesome! I love going to the park with my friends. You all sound a lot like my friends and I. We love talking about Doctor Who and books as well. We are also all homeschooled. :) I wish I could meet you all sometime. :)
    I love your post and photos!

  4. These are such beautiful photos ! I love your posts so much !
    Eb x

  5. You guys are adorable! Looks like you had a lot of fun! :)


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  7. Love your blog! great pictures!

  8. Love those pictures! So beautiful. Your flower crown is very nice too.

    Cory x

  9. Lovely photos and your flower crown is adorable :D

  10. Wonderful photos and post. :)
    And I just wanted to say thank you so much for the comment on my blog, and for praying for my little brother. ♥
    Tane ♥


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