No more pencils.
No more books.
No more teachers
School is over.
School is done.
We can stop learning
And start having fun.
Our First Week of Summer
Saturday: road trip to St. George. First a detour to Zion’s National Park, a drive through the Zion’s tunnel looking for the tunnel troll, then a hike to Crying (Weeping) Rock where Everett and Roo were very concerned about the poor rock and why it was so sad. Then on to St. George for a play at Tuacahn. It was so fun!
Sunday: Carrie’s baby Avery’s blessing. He’s such a cutie! Then hanging out with the fam. We finally hit the road about 8:45 pm . . . and broke down in Fillmore about 11:30. Luckily we broke down right at the exit. Time from break-down to having the kiddos tucked into bed at the local motel: 10 minutes. Not bad for a break down!
Monday: Hanging out in Fillmore waiting for the car to get fixed. That night (we made it back just in time) is organization day for Baseball!
Tuesday: Swimming Lessons! YAHOO! So fun! Also, grocery shopping, house cleaning, laundry . . . you know.
Wednesday: Swimming Lessons, a stop to Kirtland’s Lemonade stand, and then off to the pool. Then back home in time for Baseball games at the park.
Thursday: Cleaning and reorganizing the basement (we’ve moved bedrooms around again, and all the mess that that entails).
Friday: Working on the quilt, afternoon at the pool, evening at the cabin for our first summer BBQ and watching “Freaky Friday” (old school) late into the night.
Saturday: Waking up at the cabin, blueberry waffles, four wheelers and going to the lake. Catching 3 fish and 3 frogs. Canoeing to the island. Playing all afternoon, home in time for a movie on the deck.