Friday, July 17, 2009

friday frivolity...

I cannot believe it is Friday already~~this week has flown by!

Michaela is on her way home from camp!!!

I am sure she had a great time meeting other Christian girls, being built up in Bible study, and being a goofy almost 13 year old with her fellow campers:) I cannot wait to hear all about the week!

Emma and Cali are both ready for her to be home also!
I am certain I have mentioned on several occasions that I do not like summer. In fact I HATE being hot.

That would be one of the reasons Kentucky is not my favorite place June through September~~100* and humidity are not a pleasant combination.

But let me say that I am all in favor of GLOBAL WARMING....

Highs in the 70s and lows in the 50s for the next few days~~~In July. In Kentucky. Sa'weet!

If this is the result of global warming...I'll take it:)
Steve and Emma went to the park Tuesday~~Steve messed up BIG that day so I have flowers in several rooms and Emma got a bike ride in the park:)

I was going to show you pictures of our biker chick, but Steve used the camera card that is messed up (and yes, I should get rid of it, but there are Easter pictures 'stuck' on it. We have to try to get them off before I toss the card)

So no pictures:(
VBS begins next week at Oldham Woods.

We will be studying "Putting on the Whole Armor of God"

I cannot wait to see how the teachers have decorated the rooms!

Come on over Monday through Friday from 10 until 12!!
Emma has been very emotional today.

I think she is missing her big sister!

She has curled up in the chair~~with her back to me so I won't see her sucking her thumb (time for hoof hands again) and has fallen asleep.
Emma woke up as I finished up writing this post.

She went outside~~I assumed to play on the swings.

I went outside to check on her and found her sitting on the front sidewalk...

waiting on Michaela to get home!

Is that not the sweetest:)
There is a great breeze and mild temperatures so I am off to work on the landscaping in the backyard!

It is almost therapeutic~~as long as I do not touch any bugs:)
This is Cali lying in the grass next to the flowers I am working on~~~and if she stops eating them and stepping on them they may actually survive.