Mennonite Madness

Last week, we had fun with some friends playing the game they taught us – Mennonite Madness, as well as another version our Uncle made up called, Angry Amish. πŸ˜‰

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Looks like Andy’s in a hurry to get the pen and start writing!
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Rolling the dice and anticipating the outcome!
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Excited players.
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In this particular game, we did allow some cheating. πŸ˜‰ Joseph and Judah would write random words/names instead of numbers. πŸ˜€ One time we were all caught up in our talk about politics, and Julia suddenly announced that she had won. πŸ˜€
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Lots of reaching hands!!

In Christ,
Abbie Camuso

Mennonite Madness:

All you need is one dice, one pen, and a piece of paper for every person that is playing ( there is really no limit to how many people can play, as long as you have over 1 person). Everyone sits in a chair around a table. Someone roles the dice and… say it comes out as six dots, that would be the number! The first person takes the dice and rolls it, and then the next person, and then the next one, until someone rolls and gets a six! Then they grab the pen and start writing from 1 to 100 as fast as they can. The other people continue rolling the dice until someone else gets a six, then they start writing from 1 to 100 as fast as they can while the others keep on going! If you get a six again, you start from where you left off writing the numbers and continue! Whoever gets to 100 first, wins! It’s a fun game πŸ™‚

Angry Amish:

Angry Amish is basically the same. You just write the uppercase letters in the alphabet (from A to Z), and then you write the lowercase letters (a to z). Oh, and we use a Boggle piece instead of a dice for Angry Amish. πŸ™‚

Camuso Occurrences

I can’t believe it’s already December! How time does fly!!!

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Brothers❀️

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So cute!

Last month, Nana (dad’s grandma) came up for a visit. πŸ™‚

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Nana and Alex.

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Nana, Aunt Diane, Granny and the rest of us talking. πŸ™‚

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Dad and Alex!

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Prilly, Justy, and Daddy organizing the tool boxes. πŸ˜€

One late evening…..

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Joseph told some of us one of his funny made-up stories. πŸ˜‰

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He gets us all laughing pretty easily!

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Julie, doing her best to concentrate on her letter writing despite the humorous story. Lol

Last Saturday..

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Mr. Wilcox came over to help fix the wood splitter. 😊

Yesterday..

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After a lot of work, the boys manged to get this tuck thingy up into the tree, and tied securely. 😐 Whew!πŸ˜„

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Go, Andy!

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Josh.

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One of my favorite highlights of the week is going to church! What a beautiful and fitting place to worship God in!!

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Dad, Mr. E, and some of the children on their way to go soul winning! {another highlight of the week} 😊

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Silly sisters. πŸ˜‰

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Wrestling brothers. 😍

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Me and one of my wacky hairstyles. 😳 😊

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Little ones playing Duck, Duck, GO! with mommy.

Have a great day!!

Abbie

Alex & Elephant

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Alex thinks the elephant hanging above him is absolutely hysterical! He laughs and smiles and coos to it!! It’s so cute!!!!!

Love,

Abbie

11.17.15

(sorry, this post got delayed)
Tuesday,Β 11.17.15, was a pretty big day for us Camusos! It went from ortho appointments @ 8:00 a.m., to a baby checkup with our awesome midwife, to going to Tri-State Baptist Church to meet Rafael Cruz (presidential candidate Ted Cruz’s dad), to dropping off some flowers for Grandma Lois (her sweet mother went to be with Jesus recently). Sadly, dad wasn’t able to meet Mr. Cruz, because of work situations, but mom brought us there, and it was really neat to meet him!

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Some of us children with Mr. Cruz.
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Having fun after Mr. Cruz’s presentation!
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Mrs. B and Mrs. R talking and enjoying Alex!
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Uncle Joel, Joseph, Andrew, and Joshua.

 

AC