I know I’ve shared a lot about different SOWER jobs we done over the years, and this project has been no exception. But one thing I sometimes fail to mention is the wonderful fellowship that we have each month. We don’t often work such a large (10 couples) project, so even our break time seems like a party in the making.
(This was on a cool morning last week. These days we’re all looking for shade!).
We’ve worshiped with these good folks, shared meals with them, attended a local gospel concert with some and tonight we had a lovely hot dog roast/potluck with not only our group but also some SOWER Alumni that live in the area.
It was actually kind of warm to be clustered by the fire, so we let the men do most of the cooking.
It was a lovely evening of sharing stories and blessings and some pretty fine food! After dinner some of us retired for a round of “Sluff”, a classic SOWER card game.
Although our neighborhood changes each month, our fellowship connections come quickly. It truly is one of the best parts about being a SOWER.