Monday, August 18, 2008

Playing Catch-up....

I was too busy trying to get our act together
in our little corner of the Garden State to post
for the last couple of days. Now I am not sure where
I "left off"
I will be posting our First Grade Plans (such as they are) this week,
and some fun links that I have found recently.
Meanwhile, here are some pictures
from our weekend.

Princess was very excited to receive a surprise package in the mail
from Zilla...

the look in the picture is her saying "I can't believe it!!" over and over.
It was a huge fact I think this bag is replacing the very pink Disney Princess-y
book bag that she was going to be using to ferry her supplies back and forth to her "science class"
this year.Weather permitting of course.She is in Princess heaven right now.
Thank you Zilla.

We also did some other stuff..swimming...shucking corn...picking produce..eating..UNO..
maths...lolly-gagging around the infield...lolly-gagging around the outfield...( that movie!)
snuggling with the kitties.
OK, it is one picture from the weekend...I am experiencing what can only be called "technical difficulties".


ZILLA said...



Anonymous said...

I need to get an UNO game. I wonder if Cate would play it. Zilla sure does know P.

Looking forward to the first grade plans but no pressure. ;)

reprehriestless warillever said...

LOVE the picture. What an expression!

patience said...

Love the look on her face!

Jolene said...

Great Picture! Just wondering...could you send me some links that you use for the daily celebrations? I would just like to look thru them. Do u have anything on your blog about them? I will be home by friday I hope. Wish me luck! I have to be at the hospital at 5:30am!

Cher Mere said...

Awesome bag!

Wendy Hawksley said...

I love the bag.

I think this is what August is for - the swimming, shucking, and lollygagging.

That's why we begin our school year after Labor Day. August is about the lazing around; September is about apples and pencils and notebooks (oh my!).

Jenny said...

That look on her face is priceless! And like Nina, I'm looking forward to your plans, pressure. :o)

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