Homecoming week continues with movie character day.
Thanks to Luke, Han and Chewie, Angela escaped the Imperial Army just in time for Sci-fi day and East High School’s homecoming week.
All included in the video, but I really like some of these ~ so posting again
A long paddle, and soggy nights made for adventure, but perfect days, stunning scenery and the near absence of bugs made for lots of BWCA fun.
It been just a week, but Angela’s snuggling right in.
first day of 5th and 7th grade!
First day of school. Grace is stressed, worried and not so smiley. Isabel had her clothes hanging out the night before, bounced out of bed, and was waiting on everyone else to head for the bus stop.
A busy weekend it was… Thursday night Angela, our foreign exchange student from Majorca, Spain arrived.
This past winter Isabel participated in the National Federation of Music Clubs Festival for the third time. It’s a non-competitive event where musicians perform 2-3 pieces and are evaluated by a number of judges. Students earning a “superior” rating
Grace took one for the team tonight. Mr. I chased a skunk and got sprayed is getting the peroxide, baking soda, dish soap concoction rinsed from his foul fur. Smells like Clarke will be sleeping in the garage tonight, and tomorrow…. and Saturday, and….
to Grandma’s house we went.
No camera tricks here ~ hand over hand up, and holds the pike for a good 5-10sec.
The big fella is anything but tough, so I figured he just had the doggy sniffles or something. Turns out a tick related fever has him feeling pretty blue ~ woof.
Sparkly and surprisingly difficult to remove… Went to work with a glittery peace sign on my arm 😐
$20 in gas station fireworks = priceless 4th fun with cousin Jack.
It’s the last day of piano camp, and Isabel tells me that they’ll be doing a 5 student piano ensemble. Sounds fun.
update: Isabel’s piano teacher Emily thoughtfully placed a link to a video of the ensemble in the comments below. Also, here’s a link to Emily playing a fun piece called “All of Me” by Jon Schmidt.
On rare occasions the sun comes out and temperatures creep past 70 degrees on the beaches of lake Superior.