Skipping on the Hay Bale Maze
We found our lockers and desks and eventually found friends. One of them was Molly. She was crafty and artistic and kind. We were sad the next year when she did not return to school. Her family started homeschooling.
Maze Entrance and Fun Stuff
Mitchell leads us in following the map. Thad's got the girls. Sara's slinging it.
And then Sara and I talked our mom into homeschooling us too, just like Molly! (My mom would say there was much more to the decision than that, but this is my version!) We went to homeschooling conventions and conferences together, and dreamed some more of houses and husbands and kids.
It's been 25 years since we met, and our dreams have each come true, but we don't see each other as often as we'd like because life is busy with houses and kids and our "Gilberts" named Bert and Robb and Thad!
A couple weeks ago, our family trekked up 169 to visit Molly and her family at their Twin Cities Harvest Festival & Maze. If you have a chance, go visit them! They are a great family, and I love supporting family owned businesses!
Disclosure: I did not receive anything for free for posting this. We paid for our tickets and mini doughnuts and roasted corn. I am sharing this with you because Molly is my long-time "bosom" friend and we had fun at her family's maze and I hope those of you who live in the area will go too!