There and Back again

July 11, 2010 at 8:35 pm Leave a comment

Just back from vacation, 10 days RV camping with my in-laws. It was a great time. The small boy wants to live there forever. What’s not to like? A swimming pool, a playground, dirt roads for bike riding, (almost) never wearing shoes, a few amusement park trips and last, but not least, S’mores! The cry coming home was ‘I want to roast marshmallows’. It’s pronounced ‘mosh-meh-woes’ by the newly crowned 4-year old.

This action shot is of the birthday boy in his new cowboy outfit (over the Red Sox attire that he refused to change), chasing Poppa with one of the cousins. Pedal, Poppa, pedal!

In the blur before we left, I was able to finish a baby quilt for my dear friend’s little boy. It has lots of Amy Schimler’s Forest Friends with some surprising coordinates like Joel Dewberry’s chestnuts and Michael Miller’s hedgehogs.

The big boy was helping with the photo shoot. By the second photo, the small boy had to help and add his bare feet to the shot. Thanks Bubba.


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