On Sunday after church and lunch we decided the Corn Maze would be a fun adventure with my brother and his kids. Their dear mom was on an adventure of her own for a couple days.
This is not an easy maze and we were scratching our heads for a while until we finally figured out the map.
There were 8 markers and strange but true we ended up finding #8 first and worked our way backwards with some zig zags thrown in.
Me and my brother 2020!
I’m adding this quote from part of the devotional Drawing Near by John MacArthur: Living a Joyous Life…
“God’s Word is a lamp to your feet and a light to your path (Psalm 119:105). It guides you through the difficult mazes of life and gives your life eternal significance. Don’t live simply for your own pleasures. Your life has a high and holy purpose, and each day can be filled with joy as you see that purpose unfold.”
Yesterday the concrete guys showed up bright and early and the first cement mixer arrived at 7:45 AM. What a busy day. The Concrete is setting and we even managed to get some handprints in, too. Photos to follow soon. Have a great Tuesday!
7 thoughts on “Corn Maze 2020”
…call me strange, but paying to get lost in a corn field doesn’t do it for me.
Had to laugh at Tom’s comment before me! My first experience with a corn maze was on a hot, humid October day. I was newly pregnant, nauseous, and t took forever (it seemed) to find our way out.
Hot, itchy, nauseous. UGH. I have never braved a corn maze since!
On the other hand, your group looks like you’re having lots of fun! I am glad your experience was happy!
Cheryl, being a cool almost rainy day made the experience better than if it was hot!
How wonderful! Lovely photos all of them. I have never been in a corn maze before. I see what I have missed 🙂
Corn mazes are fun. They didn’t do the one around here this year!
What fun! I haven’t walked through a corn maze since my youngest (now 28) was in about the fourth grade!
As you can well imagine, I’m no good in a corn maze, but I had fun with the kids.