What’s the Story: included

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Yesterday we made a scarecrow.

This, in itself, was a rather bizarre, unexpected and very entertaining activity. A last minute addition to what was already a particularly busy day!

We had a lot of fun. My husband (with a little help from the kids…!) made a great scarecrow – the one in the stripy top :) We met neighbours we knew, and a couple we didn’t. We ate chilli and drank hot apple cider and chatted. We may have acquired a play kitchen for the wee girl?! As you do…

The boys love their scarecrow, and it is now sitting on our porch, looking very a little bit scary.

It may seem odd to attach significance to the making of a scarecrow, but for us it was about more than simply heading over to a neighbours on a sunny autumn morning and making scarecrows.

It was the first time we had been invited to an impromptu gathering of neighbours.

We know our neighbours: we know their names, the names of their children, what Grade their kids are in. We say hello. We chat. We walk to school together.

We have been made to feel very welcome.

But yesterday, we felt included too.

I am linking up with the lovely Charly at Podcast for What’s the Story? To see other stories behind the picture, click on the badge below.

I am also linking up with the wonderful Jaime at The Oliver’s Madhouse – why not hop on over and take a look at some other magical moments!

53 thoughts on “What’s the Story: included”

  1. Wow, that sounds like fun! Obviously, in Dubai, we don’t see any scarecrows (in fact, I thought people don’t make them anymore), so this was an interesting read! #MagicMoments

  2. Wicked World of Lucas

    What a lovely experience and so pleased that you were included in this. So happy it’s working out for you :) #magicmoments

  3. Look at you guys, kings and queen of craft!!!! I’m still trying to get past Halloween and the leaves. How amazing to be involved in something like this, must have been great fun. I can just picture the scarecrow sitting proudly in your porch. What a wonderful post, thank you so much for sharing with #whatsthestory

  4. What a very different idea, but a great way of getting you all together. It must have felt so nice to have been included in this activity, a great way to make new friends x

  5. Vaidehi Chincholkar

    A scarecrow making party. Now there’s a fun idea! I do like the look of the big one in the centre #MagicMoments

  6. Pingback: PODcast | What's The Story? | 28th October 2013

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