My Bible quote calendar for today. David taped it underneath the serving tray so that it would be revealed after the food was taken off. How thoughtful.
Honestly, if you get woken up with the beautiful platter below, how can your day possibly turn out bad?
Taking Grandma to the park.
Just want to smootch you!
Apparently this is the new way to swing.
Throwing anything in any body of water is a favorite among our children. This enormous branch into the local lake was especially pleasing to the little boy.
Somthing about this picture with her little bear under her arm that moves me.
Abigail loves doing things with her eyes closed lately. Among them: walking. That hasn't worked out to well for her. She's bumped into various walls, fallen off a wall she was on and tripped multiple times. Apparently she's a slow learner on this subject...
It was just a perfect day and the kids although they hadn't napped, found peace out here. So did David and I. Below: A boy and his daddy walking onto a tree over the lake.
I wish this would have come in better. My two handsome men.
Who's got the life here? Princess in her carriage, being pushed by her most loyal subject.
We got to see a lot of really neat and interesting things. We dug up some rolled up bugs and worms, saw a milipede, a bull frog, a wood pecker and all the work he's been doing, what he was after (some really BIG ants in a tree - termites?), pretty flowers, some nest of something in the water, a snail (Nathan kept wanting to touch the slimy part - such a boy!), a duck (much to Abigail's delight), ferns and dogs (again to Abigail's delight). It was just an overall great day with fabulous weather. But none of the above animals was as great as what happened below. Although we see these eagles quite often, we saw this bald eagle flying in from over the trees and dipping down onto the lake. He did catch the fish. Amazing. What precision.