Wednesday, October 19, 2011
Tuesday, October 18, 2011
There is something about snow fences that I love. I know their purpose is for the snow. That I don't love. One of the sure signs of spring is when those babies come down in April or May. I don't know what it is - the shadows they cast, the crooked lines, they seem haunting to me a little bit.
She could have stayed at that beach playing in the sand for hours. It was cold and blustery though so my old lady bones couldn't take it for long.
Monday, October 17, 2011
I have really slacked off on my 36and5 blog. I know I probably have a picture from almost every day, but just haven't posted them. I am trying to get better at it because I was looking back through them the other day and saw some stuff I forgot about and was loving having it on there. I may go back and try to "back post" some stuff, it will be time consuming, but I know I won't regret it. Yeah right, in all my free time.
I am so tired tonight and I still have to go to a meeting about the school Walk-a-thon. Maybe because I got a flu shot today? I am so thankful that I can hang out in my jammies tomorrow morning. I would love to hang out in them all day but I suppose I have to make a meal plan and go to the store at some point so our family can eat something besides grilled cheese and frozen pizza.
Evan has a box hanging from our upstairs banister on a string that he has been using for practicing his karate kicks. That kid just makes me laugh. He woke up with a dry pull up today for the first time EVER. I don't know if he was just dehydrated or what, but we were all excited. Dare we hope that he is beginning to grow out of his bladder issues? Fingers crossed.
Friday, October 14, 2011
We have some refiguring and tweaking to do for next year. I plan on trying again. The kids really enjoyed it and it wasn't a ton of work. Hmm...maybe we should have worked a little more and maybe would have seen better results. I need to research a bit over the winter months. One thing I know for sure - we won't be growing carrots next year.