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Indiana Bastille Day July 11, 2015

Indiana Bastille Day | giveaway! | SimpleKids.netBonjour! For the past few years, my family and I have attended Indiana Bastille Day, an amazing free family event held right in our hometown of Fortville, Indiana. We love this event and today I want to invite all of you to join us on July 11 from 11am to 11pm.

This giveaway is now closed. Enjoy Indiana Bastille Day, everyone!

We eat crepes, participate in the French Revolution (well, okay, the Fishers RenFaire actors participate and we cheer or jeer accordingly), learn about French culture and history, and get to know our neighbors, local historical groups, the police force and firefighters, plus we get to hear some amazing French music and the Ten West choir.

There’s a beautiful evening lantern walk and a fun laser light show to close the day, as well.

In an inspiring mix of global and local cultures, there are marionettes, painting in the park, a waiter’s race, the game petanque, and other fun French themed activities, crafts, and wares brought to you by the many talents of our area’s local artisans. It’s a great day to discover some new-to-you local businesses, learn about the French culture, and make new friends.

What does a small town in Indiana have to do with the French Revolution, you ask? Well, admittedly, not much at first glance. But, here’s the most wonderful part about all of this: Indiana Bastille Day is a lesson about what can happen when friends and neighbors come together.

You see, Indiana Bastille Day began just a few short years ago as a celebration in a local couple’s backyard. The wife is from France and the family held a Bastille Day event at their home to share French culture with their friends and neighbors.

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Kara’s Journal: what we’ve been up to and some thoughts on the past 18 months.

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As we start the week … I’ve had many post ideas running through my head, but the story of my life for the past 18 months or so seems to be that I have soooo many ideas, but sooo little time.

I love this little blog, but I confess that with everything going on offline and all of the changes in my personal life, I haven’t always known what its place is.

Life is not what it was two years ago. When Angela, my special needs sister-in-law, moved in with us 18 months ago it wasn’t something that we had time to plan for. It wasn’t something we expected. It has changed just about everything about our household – in many positive ways, but also in some challenging ones.

I’m working on finding a balance, but when something needs to go it is computer time. I know most of you understand, but some of you have been faithful readers here since the beginning of my time here, so I felt like I owed you some sort of explanation. I’m trying to get better about writing when I do have blocks of open time and then presetting posts, because my writing muse is still speaking even though I can’t always answer her.

Sometimes it isn’t simple, is it? When I wrote that post for the Art of Simple a few months ago, I was talking just as much to myself as to all of you. It hasn’t been simple, but it is getting easier. It’s getting simpler. We’re finding our new normal, it just took us a while to get there.

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Our Summer Seven

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I don’t know about you and your kids, but after the way the past couple of seasons have gone for our family we’re in need of a “less is more” kind of summer.

Of course, there are some other things going on this summer that are filling in all of the squares on our calendar pretty quickly. There are reunions and weddings and graduations. We’ve been planning a family vacation and I’d also love it if we got a little more organized and did some downsizing and decluttering in the next few months. I’ve got to get ready for the upcoming school year, too. And we have a handful of activities, sports, and clubs we are participating in.

Still, I don’t want this season to be all about To Do lists and going here and going there.

This season needs to be simple, wide open, slower, savored.

So, a few weeks ago I did what I usually do when I need to gather my thoughts and get focused: I made a list, a handful of things that I’d really love to see us do this summer and the rest? The rest will be wonderful, but it isn’t going to dominate our summer. That might mean I’m saying “no” to things I might normally commit us to, but that’s what this family needs right now.

Seven simple ways we want to savor summer:

1. Try making new flavors of ice cream. We want to expand beyond the usual homemade vanilla bean and strawberry. We’ll share our favorites here on the blog, and I’m sure will have a lot of fun enjoying the successes and laughing together at the failures.

2. Read, read, read. And then read some more. Hellllllllo, library!

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