dragon park with some friends,
farmer’s market treat… sundrop cake, I’ll have to make it for ya, delicious!
and playing outside.
yeah, I know you missed me. just a bit, admit it. well I ran a 5k. and I may be somewhat small, but cardio-fit— not so much. So I trained for a couple of weeks. I set a few personal goals and I met them! I wanted to run the first mile, no stopping, no walking, check. I wanted to never stop, always keep moving, check. I wanted to finish in under 45 mins, check. My official time was 34.12. I wanted to eat as much of the runner’s breakfast as I could, check. Could I have pushed myself a little more, yes. Did I get a side cramp after running for 1.5 min, yes. Am I happy with my Personal Record, yes. Will I run again, maybe.
do I own running clothes, no. yes, I think my big clothes slowed me down, but check out that big ugly medal I got. yeah! rockin it! so really I just loved seeing my name printed on that race bib.
also, rocked Wags this week…
All for under $17 (5.20 was tax), so really each item was like a dollar… cold medicine, contact solution, allergy meds… doesn’t get much better than this! Walgreens won out for drugstore of the week!
sportin’ Aunt Rissa’s shorts…loving it!
the kids love walking the square of Mac-Mini-ville!
The Bubble Boy!
a little bit of fun with our cousin wears us out!!
Last week, we headed to the county fair for FHE!
There was plenty to see, and do, and EAT, I can’t believe we only spent 20 bucks! And yes, the purple cow ice cream was delicious, smooth, creamy, and PURPLE! Luke and Daddy rode the Ferris Wheel and he was ExCiTeD!
and once again, Luke was tired but tried not to show it. thus he “hid” in his blanket and promptly crashed.
so I stole Darin’s phone for a minute and got some pics from their Canadian vacation…
the two chiclets were quite a handful, but luckily for Darin,
Amelia (his best friend’s wife) was on the same flight for the second half of the trip!
a little bit of gold, fun in Waterton, double-spooning the macaroni, 10yr class reunion, parade, playing at the park, swinging, swinging, swinging, so much fun, they couldn’t stay awake for it all!!
Her birthday started off like any other… balloons!
Then there were presents to open and muffins to eat.
It’s sometimes hard to catch this whirlwind in a picture. She has on her new blue sunglasses, new pink outfit, and her “shoe-shoes.”
She had her two year checkup on her birthday and she was TERRIFIED of the new doctor’s office, nurse, and doctor.
She is about 75% for height and weight. And her head circumference must be off the charts because the nurse measured her head at least three different times because she though she got it wrong. I finally told her, my kids have big heads, I’m sure its right!
We went to Lowe’s to get some hardware for her big present, and of course she had to ride the tractors…
When Daddy came home she got to open her big present… A SWING! (or a “Baby Bee” as she calls it)
Then on Saturday we had a fun family party. Of course, I didn’t take many pictures, but she had a blast. The boys were eager to help.
We had some fun and played some games, and showed off the house. Speaking of which, I’ll post some pics soon Grandma!
so we moved to a town that doesn’t have a Target. I’m surviving without one, but let’s be honest, I’ve never lived this far away from one! there are a few other interesting quirks that I’ve noticed so far. like calling people back, namely me, they get around to it when they can. and the local library has rules all their own. when I got my library card last week, I got to check out one book, that’s right , just one. well, now that a bit different for us, so of course we went home with a Max and Ruby, because we couldn’t not get that. it’s okay, they just want to make sure you are trustworthy, now we can check out more, but there is a limit on the children’s books, only 5 at time. I used to have to limit the chiclets to picking only a dozen or so. but I think it will work out. today we got our 5 childrens books and the book I wanted was there, that’s a good thing – less competition on the popular reads. Unbroken, in case you were wondering, I’ll let you know how I like it. oh, and the kids love storytime, well let’s call it music time because they don’t read stories in the younger group, but they do provide a snack! yay for saving me, since I forgot to pack a snack bag!