A chicken running around with it’s head cut off…pretty graphic, awfully dramatic, but the analogy fits. I am a fat and fluffy, feathered chicken this time of year.
With the year wrapping up, we have award ceremonies, open houses, and graduations galore. I thought I would show you some of my past week in pictures.
Gracie was in a hoedown. My girlfriend Kim lent us the cowgirl outfit. Gracie looked so adorable. (Samuel had his own hoedown too, I just forgot my camera for that show.)
Open house for Samuel. He is standing by his lion project. Dad helped him with this one. Dad is not the greatest creative genius in our home, and mom was sleeping off a graveyard shift. Samuel was very proud of his lion made with a box and empty toilet paper rolls.
Our church’s Spring progressive dinner was at our home. We hosted the main course leg of the evening. There were about twenty of us altogether. It was lots of fun.
This is at David’s spelling bee. I arrived and found my seat, as my darling son was misspelling the word “tinsel”. I was so proud.
Meghan’s choir award ceremony was LONG. Bless her heart, she got an award for great solo singing performance. That girl is talented I tell ya!
Gardening anyone? In between all of the above and much that I haven’t included,(like selling our truck and searching the western hemisphere for a minivan), I just had to start my veggie garden.
I mean, what would I have done with a few extra hours of time to myself?