These are finally the last of last weekend's pictures! Because I'm a bit of a librarian, I felt I had to get these all up (in chronological order) before I posted pictures of what's been happening around here this week. Which isn't much, but Evan did build a porch on Saturday! Maybe I'll get ambitious tomorrow night and put pictures of that up.
In the meantime...
We found out we didn't have birthday candles, right before we were supposed to sing "Happy Birthday" four times. The Yankee Candle party favors came in handy! Bethaney had made four cakes that morning. While getting two little kids ready for meeting and lugging around a large baby belly. The girl is insane.
Be jealous, all you crafty types, of the awesome job I did wrapping Mom's present. Hey, at least I found a pretty section of the newspaper. I also filched a card from Mom's stationary stash for everyone to sign. Nothing like being Martha Stewart!
They were so good, the kids had to dig in while they were still in their swimsuits. Or, in Lily's case, not even in a swimsuit! Good thing this a family blog and we ditched the more immodest pictures.
Philip took my camera for a stroll around the farm, taking pictures of old cars. He put some of the pictures up on Facebook, and titled the album, "Graveyard of Rusted Out Automobiles." My brother Tyler objected. Here's his reply: "I take umbrage to the title-- some of these are just waiting for me to do a few little things and they will be "back on the road again"."
You can make your own decision on whether or not these are still drivable vehicles. They are cool pictures, though.
Then, a picture of the Jeep. This is the vehicle I learned to drive in. It made me into the master driver I am today. Kids who don't live on farms sure miss out. How cool is it to be a 12-year old that can drive? It was very cool.
Okay, last of the pictures! Thanks for listening, ya'll!