It’s hard to say much about this without dulling the experience, Little Miss made this bag by herself.
Here’s the front.
And the back.
She made it all this summer and has been using it successfully at school this fall. Her friends approve of it greatly and are impressed with the fact that she made it herself.
Redflare better watch out or else Little Miss is going
Little Miss this summer compared the height of our first apple trees with her. They’re taller now!
The daddy tree here, our pollinator.
And hiding behind the mommy tree.
So I didn’t know this was a thing, but I guess it is.
Occasionally one can literally have bugs in their monitors.
We never got it out of there, it eventually simply moved on.
Who ya gonna call?
The movie theatre!
I took the older two to Ghostbusters and it was good.
Shame it didn’t review well or make as much money as it could have. Still hopeful for a sequel, but doubtful that it’ll happen.
Behold, the power of visiting bees. 🙂
Our plants are pregnant!
And baby cucumbers!
Work had this sign on a few bookshelves, and while the sign itself made me cringe..
The result of some new bookshelf space was worth it (the one on the left).
It’s a shame the variety we got didn’t have much flavor (or get very big). Guess we’ll try a different variety next year.
For the hotter days this summer, since we don’t have AC, Redflare reserved the library for a ‘private party.’
It’s something we’re able to do as citizens of our small town for free, all we have to do is make sure to clean up after ourselves.
If you can’t tell, half of the library also serves as the city council meeting room. :p
Told you we live in a small town.
They have some fun toys that feel new…
They have a kitchenette area with a fridge so Redflare brought some supplies along and they played at “ordering” lunch.
Don’t mind these guys, they’re just chilling on the pumpkin leaf.
Those pumpkin leaves are huge! The flowers are pretty, but there’s something really cool about the leaves too.
When I’m mowing I always try to watch for where I’m going.
Spotted this fellow hopping out of my path.
Naturally, what you do in this situation is you share him then with your kids and let him go somewhere safer. 🙂
I’m not sure the order of who saw the toad when, but I’ll present them in birth order.