Saturday, January 23, 2016

2015 in Review - Part 3 of 3

Our house sold!

Final Cochran sibling picture at our old home.

Seth in front of his favorite pine tree. That was one thing he was going to miss when we moved.

It's official!! All of us with the new owners.

We enjoyed a couple of months with the convenience and adventure of downtown living. 

We were trying to figure something out.

The first wall goes up at the Norwood's place!

I was there too. :)

The mothers.

Some friends invited us over for a wonderful evening of food and fellowship. It was really fun to watch how they did their stir fry and it was delicious!

I thought this poster from the Russian campaign against selfies was rather humorous!

One of the awesome things about living in town was being just down the street from a coffee shop. What could be better?!!

Stasia turned 14!!

One of about 1,589,456 trips to Lowes. Okay. Maybe it's not quite that bad, but it feels like it!!! :)

Sun and solar panels. I love this picture.

We were blessed to be able to attend the court date to finalize Verity's adoption!! How exciting!!

Shenandoah turned 7!

The "O" family welcomed Andrew into their home!

I came across this book while we were unpacking. How would you like to go down in history with your name in this book?!

My little buddy Thaddeus and I after an awesome night of rollerskating. He is a pro and I hadn't skated in about 15 years, so he was quite the little gentleman and helper. :) It was a lot of fun!

One of the adventures of living off the grid - scraping off the solar panels after an ice storm.

Our traditional family New Year's outing.

Sisters in the kitchen making treats for our New Year's celebration.

Sienna made a first - Turkish Delight! I had to get over the fact that I thought it looked like raw chicken (you can't really tell in the picture, but trust me, it does). It was quite delicious though!

I enjoy having the privilege of making great-grandma's chocolate meringue pie!

All us kids in the living room New Year's eve. Our parents have a tradition of giving us each a couple of books for the new year. This year they surprised with several things to spruce up our new home as well!!

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