One evening, as I was trying to get the house clean for company, I put Peanut into the bath tub to occupy her. It only took minutes, but when I came back in I found Peanut had occupied herself by dumping water out of the bathtub. The water went all over the bathroom, of course, out the door, into the bedroom and underneath bookshelves. It took about 10 big towels to mop up all the water. Well, at least the bathroom floor got clean.
This is Peanut. This is her brother's toy army helmet. Peanut likes to wear it like this, with her entire face covered by the helmet. She giggles and runs around the house. Amazingly, she doesn't run into to many things, but if she does, at least she has on a helmet.
A recently completed weaving. I like the way this turned out. It's quite festive looking, but the yarn would separate every time I would advance the yarn on the loom. It created gaps that I really can't fix.
Cake Entry #6
Last year my siblings, their spouses, my mom and I participated in a family 4th of July Cake decorating contest. My sister won last year. My cake tied for last place with Entry #6. The problem was, there was no #6, my dad just voted for it as a joke. Well, this year, I have created Cake Entry #6.
And last, but not least, a view from our garden. Because we have a rock yard, our garden had to be improvised. Our garden is made up of 4 large storage tubs filled with soil. We tried to grow some new things this year, one of them is watermelon. We didn't think anything was going to happen with the long vine that is growing from the tub, but the other day we found 3 small watermelons. This one is the biggest. At the time of this picture, it was smaller than a tennis ball, but it has grown since then. We are very excited. We might actually have home-grown watermelons to eat at the end of the summer!
Well, I hope you enjoyed the summer time photos. Unfortunately, summer is about half way over for us now. I ran into a store today for something and saw all the school supplies being set out. Crazy, crazy. I hope by the end of the summer, there will be more photos to share.