Thursday, June 19, 2008

We have been pretty busy the last day or so, we had our homeschool play date on Tuesday,
and Wednesday we had friends over for lunch and lots of free play.We also painted, read lots of books,
did a science experiment/ tried to capture the ground hog/wood-chuck terrorizing our garden,
and just hung out enjoying the sound of the rain.



Today, we will try to keep an eye open for the ground hog and either deter or capture him
before he destroys again. We will also pick more berries and maybe drive up to the C. garden plot
to pick beans there.Princess wants to go sort laundry now, so I'm off. I hope to visit you all later.

10 comments:

Gottfredsen said...

Sounds like a wonderful few days.

Jenny said...

Good luck catching the groundhog! :o)

Mrs. Darling said...

Oh my you'll have to take a pic of that groundhog if you ever catch him!

ZILLA said...

Mmmmm, ripe olives!

Do groundhogs like those?

planetharris said...

I have never seen such fat and sassy groundhogs as they have here! We've got one, too...but no garden for it to terrorize..only me...lol!

Rockin' Moroccan Mama said...

Love the pic of her in the rain. very cute.

Naomi said...

hey! i know that little monkey hanging on the swingset! she's the same one who likes to hang off of my poor neglected eliptical machine lol

Kate in NJ said...

Na- LOL...you mean "pair o'monkeys" lol.
Thanks Gals!
We are still trying to catch the ground hog....argh!
Yas, we have been getting 15 minutes of rain every other day and then the sun is back out..feels like Florida!
;-)

Candy Cook said...

I love playing in the rain! Great photo of little one in the rain. Though, I prefer a bathing suit and no umbrella hahahaha! :D

Candy Cook said...

I love playing in the rain! Great photo of little one in the rain. Though, I prefer a bathing suit and no umbrella hahahaha! :D

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