This is why, of the nine Fox children, all of them have made some effort to get themselves and at least part of their family there every single year for the past 10 years.
Faith and Eliza enjoying the spaghetti feed. The reunion officially begins today on the 3rd, but most of us were in town on the 1st. So the three day reunion turns into at least a five day reunion. It can be a little much at times, but truly, it is a joyous thing.
The golf cart is constantly heavily laden with children-- so dangerous, but so fun!
The nightly mom-walk down the hill. This is one of the highlights of the reunion for me. It's time to talk, uninterrupted, with ladies I love and respect and admire in so many different ways. What a blessing they are to me.
Samatha is the oldest of the Fox children. When I first married into the family Dad Fox described her to me as the Queen Bee. And he was right, she has nine children of her own and they are all blessed by their wonderful mother.
Camille is married to Abe's cousin Nathan. Let me tell you that she is just GOOD. I mean a really good, good person. She may have faults-- I think we all do, but she is such a caring, uplifting, beautiful lady. So glad they join us for the reunions.
Elinor, Grandpa and Annie on the hill the night before the reunion actually begins.