Archive for June, 2011
And here’s the (mostly completed, I am told) pyramid block puzzle that AC and Sam made from the wood they collected in their Father’s Day dumpster diving expedition.
Best Chinese food I’ve ever had. Ever. (Pictured above is spinach and garlic. YUM.)
French class went to the pool today after re-enacting “Le Petit Chaperon Rouge” (aka Little Red Riding Hood).
Sunflower seed butter and pluots–Sam’s creation.
Sam and AC got home from their first Parent-Child football class at 7:30 and regaled me with stories of games and goals and grass over dinner. So it was quite late when we made it out the door for our evening stroll around the neighborhood. There were the usual frogs (AC didn’t catch any tonight) […]
Dad and Daughter go dumpster diving for blocks of wood they can use for a new project. Don’t we know how to show the man in our lives a good time? Happy Father’s Day!
Fun hike/rock scramble up to Bearfence Rocks in Shenandoah National Park today. AC and I are pretty sure we scrambled this loop once before about 10 years ago when we were younger, fitter, and there were fewer gnats. Sam loved this hike. I have never seen her move so fast along a trail. And it […]
They’re blue! (The frames, not the lenses). At last I can see.
Rexy and Sam play during the blackout after another massive thunderstorm swept through Cville.