August 20, 2011
August 18, 2011
July 20, 2011
I noticed the pretty flowers then the bees.
July 6. 2011
Blake and I met Aaron for lunch and then headed over to Littleton Museum. (here’s last time we went)
Not long after we got there it started raining but as the motto goes “wait 5 minutes and the weather will change.” We were in an open field when it hit. We raced toward the school house and holed up for a bit. It wasn’t long before it was only a sprinkle and we made our way back to discovering the farm.
I love when he get this expression. He’s just fascinated by all sorts of things. Here it’s the sheep in their pen.A bird actually sat still long enough to take its pictureThis snake was practically posing for me on the fence. The ones in our yard slither away very fastRain on the leavesThe lake. If I had a fishing license and brought one of Aaron’s poles I never would have gotten Blake out of there.More water on leavesThe pregnant cowNo fair. My sunflowers are no where near blooming.
July 5, 2011
Blake was amazed by the train at the mall
July 3, 2011
We went back to the pond.
Since the water was calmer Aaron felt comfortable taking Blake out in the canoe.
The actually caught a fish on Blake’s Buzz Light Year pole. Blake LOVED it. So did Aaron. Honestly, I’m not sure who loved it more. I see lots of fishing in the future. Although now we’re screw because he associates fishing with boats and catching fish with no effort or patience,
and a dandelion head.
June 26, 2011
So much fun. Many many years ago I actually spent a month working weekends at the Renaissance Festival. It’s a lot of work but fun.
First we caught part a show. Johnny Fox! Sword Swallower Extraordinaire.
But had fun after a few minutes
June 16, 2011
June 6, 2011
I started taking a basic photography class at the community college. I think I’ll know some of what is covered but I think I’ll learn a lot too. Here are a few pictures from campus.
June 3, 2011
We went to the Zoo with a few friends