Saturday, June 14, 2008

Friday the 13th

Were you scared?
I completely forgot to post my Friday wrap up.
I also completely missed my book post this week.
I promise to get back on track soon....sometime
soon. Any how, here are some pictures from our week..
we did some science, some math,some art, some gardening,some cooking,
some swimming, celebrated Princess's favorite Prince's
graduation from preschool (with ice cream cake).
We spent time with Cousin A, Great Grandma,
our homeschool friends, our play group friends,
we had quiet times with a stack of books in Princess's bed at night,
and snuggles with the kitties in her bed in the morning.
We danced and sang (especially to the Phineas and Ferb theme song).
We managed to get a lot of free play in as well.
Today we picked cherries and golden raspberries with Farmer Dad before
heading out for a little shopping for him and then chillin' together at Chilis.
Now they are napping together, which means I can update the blog and maybe visit a bit
around the blogsphere. I did let her sleep in this morning so I could run to the library alone.
I got a stack of wonderful books that I can't wait to share with you. Something for all ages
I think.

3 comments:

Gottfredsen said...

I know the week goes by so fast I forget to post to. Thankfully blogger lets you prepost. So the past couple of weeks I have spent saturdays setting up for the whole week. So handy and nice. :) I do have a book post on coming on tuesday that you will want to see if P is still into china. I started getting story books for the new year that are about china and are really cute. Sorry for the rambling. Have a great weekend.

ZILLA said...

Your cherries are in?

IMPOSSIBLE!!!

reprehriestless warillever said...

What a week!

I still find it amazing all of the harvesting you are doing at this time of year -- we really need to plant raspberries. We are just now getting flowers on the eggplant (none yet on the tomatoes or cucumbers or squash).

I am rambling too. Maybe it was something in this post that inspired it?

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