Is this a classic photo or what? Emily gave Sophie a bath so I could cut the mats off her. There is no way this dog is ever going to be able to have long hair. We are entirely too busy for the amount of grooming that takes. What a cutie pie.
My children are constantly downloading apps and playing on my phone. His six-year old world is so different than it was for me. When I get it back there is a good chance it will be filled with shots of just about everything in the house. And maybe some voice recordings, too. Kids are funny.
On our way grocery shopping on Monday Olivia and I stopped to take a photo of the valley with my "big camera" which did not have a CF card in it. So you get a phone photo. This is a view from Chena Ridge over-looking Fairbanks. Apparently winter is over and I didn't realize it. Fred Meyer has all winter gloves, coats, etc. on Clearance and half off of that price. Bring on the bathing suits! Humpf! My kids will need gloves another three months at least (and I was just buying some today as Olivia's are MIA at school).
Took my girl for some fries. I love spending time with her and don't get enough. I feel pulled in so many directions all the time.
Yesterday I took my Tiger Cubs on a field trip. We went to the Animal Shelter.
After that it was off to coach our first game of the season. My team is K-1st graders. Most are pretty clueless about the concepts of defense and offense.... they just run around smiling and if they get the ball they run with that too! Lucas, I am happy to say, remembers what he learned last year.
COMPLETION. Man is this ever going to be a challenge as I've developed a lot of really bad habits over the years. Here sits some of the groceries three days later. I easily could have put them on the shelf (a shelving unit is all I have as the one cupboard has pots and pans....maybe someday I'll have a real kitchen?), but I didn't. Neither did the other six people in this house who have stepped over the pile for.three.days. Yep, we're ALL lazy it seems. There's my bags from last night full of Cub Scout stuff and basketball stuff and my camera. In my defense I did spend 3 hours correcting home school work, 2 hours on Scouting paperwork and did some laundry and dishes before my evening of field trips and games so dropping the bags because I was beat I can deal with. The groceries not so much.
Okay.... now about those groceries......