Admiring the stockings started at 6:45 a.m. Present opening, at 7 a.m. Finished, 7:57 a.m.
Santa scored big with the American Dolls
Nothing like a sweet silver tie to ring in the New Year!
Kate and Adrie are playing with Barbie soccer mom and pals
You get the idea. He's a good one...and I get to live with him forever!!!
HAPPY BIRTHDAY this week to MY LOVE!
Photos from left to right: Mom and Annie looking fabulous in chocolate suede from C.Creek.
K and B learned to swim in a basic doggy-style way. Cannon AKA "barnacle baby" was not so fond of the water. He just wanted to cling and lick our wet shoulders.
I drove around town to get some xeriscaping ideas: fake grass and rocks--I'm a fan! Any way to get a palm tree and fountain in the mix?
This is licorice not hives. Maybe it's not good for babies but one little piece of red licorice entertained cannon from cedar to st. george! I'm a fan.
Can we still call it hiking if it's on a paved flat road? the girls collected so many special rocks their bags broke.
BTW: PICKLEBALL is like tennis on a mini court: lots of volleys, less running. I'm a fan.
Oh yes. We watched the historical election of Obama on TV and saw Oprah raving about it for the next few days. (For a good political read, I recommend we're wingin it's blog.)
Six Haunting Halloween Memories
There you have it , I've excercised my Halloween demons from the '80's. It's about time! Now I feel ready for another year of spooks. There's nothing like the C. family Halloween party to get you in the spirit (see previous post) and a good ol' trip to the local pumpkin patch. ( see our version here http://www.sliceofpihomeschooljournal.blogspot.com/ ) That's the good stuff.
You won't see me in cool costume this year, or any costume for that matter. But, my kids will be dressed up (only slightly better than I was) and ready for the school parade--oh yeah, we do homeschool.