Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Playing at the park




The weather has cooled off considerably here in the Garden State,
so Princess and I drove off to meet some friends at the park.

The kids had a blast, and it was so nice to chat with my friend.


We walked all around the animals, and stopped under a gazebo near the lake...


Yes, that is her "sweet prince" Back at home it was dinner and more harvesting, and more UNO
and some reading and playing with some toys that have not seen the light of day in a while.
It was a lovely day.

8 comments:

8)(8 said...

Cute photo of P and her friend :) Glad to hear the weather is getting cooler.

Jenny said...

What a fun day. We've spent the cooler mornings working outside, but the park is next!

Mrs. Darling said...

Sounds like a wonderful relaxing time. I do think Im ready for fall and books again!

Jolene said...

Looks like u guys had lots of fun this week! I havent really had the chance to do any of the things I wanted...still busy getting ready for baby! I have so much to do! Only 5 days left!

Cher Mere said...

Princess looks so cute with her prince. :)

It is cooling off here too.

Wendy Hawksley said...

Oh, the weather has been so nice out here, hasn't it? Too bad it is going to heat up again! But these past several days have been wonderful for getting outdoors.

Angela said...

Hasn't it felt like autumn is right around the corner? We enjoyed the cool weather with longer walks with the dogs. I wonder if the pool will get used again this year?

Kate in NJ said...

Thanks Gals!
A-I have heard the heat will return,
and since we are still in August, and I have lived here for most of my life, I believe it. ;-)

J- My sis in law just had her third...gorgeous baby boy Yesterday..
I hope your birth goes as well! (hugs)

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