The strawberries that became our delectable pectin free jam.. yummy!
After a painstaking... "daddy your bag looks like everyone elses..." "yeah its a process of elimination, lets just wait here until everyone else gets their bags and which ever one is left... is mine" Mr. Rigger will now be able to tell which is his bag at a glance.
Just a beautiful girl
Beautiful girl in tree
Another beautiful girl waiting patiently to arrive at the picnic
A beautiful family portrait (sans photographer)
An almost grown boy making a baby laugh in hysterics.... I LOVE HIS SPIRIT!
Another beautiful girl... (my goodness there are a lot of those around here)
Hmmm... I love pictures of J Bear... he looks soooo.... still!
And since our brothers and sisters go down the 15ft high slide... i should too!
Loving the babies
We headed to the city early. Grabbed Robins donuts and coffee, headed to the Museum for a picnic in the park. Went to the playground, a hike in the trails, a visit to the bottom floor of the museum, Superman renewed his license, I dropped off my homeschooling reports at the Prairie Valley School Division (because Canada Post still isn't working and its due by the 30th of June) and then headed to the airport to drop off daddy for another hitch.
It was nice to have him home, it always is... I love my husband. He can get me so worked up that i want to scream at times (and sometimes i do) but im working on the self-control thing.
His final day home was wonderful we had such fun with the kids.
It was refreshing to take them out and not have to spend a huge amount of money to feed and water them (I packed egg salad sandwiches, carrots, cucumber, strawberries, blueberries, puddings, and made a 4L of juice) they brought their water bottles and the whining went from max... to minimum like nothing!
Its all organization!!! Something i have to remind myself more often!