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Wednesday, September 08, 2010

Harvest Festival

On Labor Day our church here in Missouri put on a Harvest Festival in Barnett as an outreach to the community.

There was food, games for the kids, prizes...


face painting...

more games...

music by Mike...

and our pastor gave a message from God's word.

At the end they released animals and let the kids chase them and if they caught one they could keep it...
It was pretty funny!
Look what Elijah caught...


He's the sweetest little bunny!

What should we name him? Elijah needs more ideas other than "Ethan", "Elijah" and "Mr. Bunny Rabbit." =)

8 comments:

Angel said...

Awe, I love rabbits. We have had several, they are so sweet if you spend time with them!!

The Harvest Festival looks like lots of fun!!

Love and Blessings

Randi Troxell said...

ooooooooh... looks so SWEET!
a cute little rabbit!!!

looks like an awesome day!

Brittany Ann said...

Awww! The Gills have a pet! How about Whiskers, E?

Amber said...

Mr. Bunny Rabbit sounds good to me! :-) He's soooo cute! I love church festivals. Haven't been to one in a while but have some of the best memories from when I was little. Glad y'all had such a fun time! xoxo

Crystal said...

aww He's cute! I'm happy for you & the boys =)
Looks like you all had alot of fun :-)
I can't really think of names... Maybe look into the names Ms Potter gave her rabbits?

Kelly said...

Oh, so cute! I just wanted to let you know that our adoption of our little one is final and I posted about it yesterday, including photos! I know that you asked a long time ago to see pictures of him, so now I am free to post some.

Violet said...

That looks like such a fun festival and your new little bunny is adorable! :)

Sandra said...

Great Harvest Festival; I absolutely refuse to say Happy xxxxx because it's NOT a holiday! Thank you for visiting Thistle Cove Farm; you're always welcome.
God's blessings on you/yours for wanting to go to the mission field. Whenever Dave and I travel, I take New Testaments and Bibles and leave them strewn across "where ever" -smile-. Once, I left a Bible in a riad bookcase in Marrakesh...bet that was a huge surprise when it was found -smile-.