Summer is… (continued)

11. bonfires
12. family weddings

13. making jam
jumping in the truck to go midnight “spotlighting” coyotes (or anything, we’re not picky) and other wildlife sightings

15. lazy days at home with my puppy
16. cardboard signs that say “fresh produce” (and “free bunnies!”)

17. vacation bible school!
18. spending time with family (and awkward family photos)

19. cornhole! (if you don’t know what that is, well… you should!)
20. theatre productions that move you (and get sand everywhere!)

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Summer is…

Summer is rapidly wrapping up (I just let out an audible booo…) and I’m a little sad about that. So, mostly to make me feel better, I thought I’d share a few (or a lot) of my favorite things about summer! In no particular order… here we go:1. flip flop tans
2. cottage fireworks

3. sleeping in
4. fishing (aka pretty pedicured toes hanging off the back of a boat, fishing pole in hand, humming to some oldies)
5. lightning bugs
6. gardening miracles (the ridiculous rose bush will soon be bigger than my house!)

7. warm thundershowers
8. laundry drying in the fresh air & sunshine

9. festivals
10. wild black raspberries (my childhood summers can pretty much be summed up by the taste of these yummy berries)

What are some of your favorite summer things?

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pretty maria: take #2!

Ok, I’ve definitely gotten the “trash the dress” bug… who’s next!?

Remember Maria? Well, I’m not sure if we really “trashed” her dress this time but we definitely got it all wet and dirty! We picked another cold day to go to the beach but it wasn’t raining and Maria was so brave! See the rest here!

Maria, you’re my hero! Thanks for all the laughs! We’ll do it again… in a few months maybe? 😉

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Naomi - 31 May ’10 - 2:44 am

I LOVE this shoot!!!

taste the rainbow (or what do do when you’re procrastinating)

So what happens when I have a giNORMous household “to do” list and only one work shift in seven days? Not what you’d hope…

This is why I shouldn’t be left home alone. And especially not with these.

but aren’t they so pretty?:)

(And this is why they call me the queen of procrastination.)

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Melissa - 24 May ’10 - 7:09 pm

So cool, and strangely odd… :)

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