That seemed a little harsh, but he has consistently disliked Farm Country at Thanksgiving Point for quite some time. So, maybe he really does hate farms.
We carpooled each day with the Endemano boys in our ward. They are all great friends and it was riotous fun listening to them while driving home at night.
The girls auditioned to be a part of the variety show and were very happy to get in! You may remember the unfortunate trouble with Clark and Bethany's "Bohemian Rhapsody" last year. By way of refresher, it was deemed inappropriate by the EFY powers that be.
But happily, a piano/violin duet of "Rather Be" this year was more to the judges liking.
Gross. Gross. Gross. But what can I do?
That evening they cooked them up. I am horrified. I can't believe this is my life.
I suppose it's not that much different than the cooking of lobsters, but for the record I would be horrified to cook up a live lobster in my kitchen as well.
Sariah, one of my wonderful piano students, cross-stitched me this adorable Fox! She did such a good job and I'm thinking we should do a trade-- I teach her piano and she teaches me to cross-stitch. Except that I'm sure she would find me quite difficult to teach.
I'm like a moth to the flame-- I just can't stay away.
George is doing a summer soccer league. Will I like this sport any better in summer than I do in the fall? Doubtful. Everything is better in the fall. Nevertheless, George wanted to play and I need to foster his interest in something other than collecting things.
So here we are watching little league soccer games in 90 degree-plus heat.
I should have a better attitude. Maybe this will be the year that a Fox child is a part of a winning team-sport team. But seeing as how his team lost their first game 0-10, it's not looking good.