My son finished third grade and we only have 8 weeks to celebrate before he goes back to start the fourth grade.
Summer has been filled with exciting adventures so far.
We had an impromptu ice cream social on the last day of school. It was great fun!
The kids and I enjoyed a trip to the zoo with friends where we saw flamingos,
and a dog show!
It was a fun day for all of us!
We took a trip to a strawberry farm, where the kids were able to pick their own berries!
These fresh picked, organically grown strawberries are the sweetest,
most delicious strawberries I can recall ever tasting!
When we couldn't go outside, we found interesting activities to do inside.
My son created a costume out of boxes from our recycling bin.
My daughter asked me to make her toenails fancy and she now has polka dotted toe nails.
While the kids played, I created. I pulled a box of quilt pieces, that my Great Grandmother cut more than 47 years ago, out of the garage and sorted through it to create a few squares of my own. In so doing, I have stumbled upon my newest project.
This is my BIG story. It deserves its own post.
I hope that you have found ways to make your summer enjoyable as well. :)