As you know, sometimes I just quick take a snapshot with the camera on my phone. I don’t have to have perfect pictures all the time. And these are things I want to remember and look back on, and eventually scrapbook, so they have to get to my blog. My apologies if any of these are “repeats.”
Logos always has a Family Fun Night at the Bellingham Bells game. These are the sad faces of my girls because we were going and our Logos friends that had moved to Arizona weren’t going to be there. The game ended up being rained out anyway, but at least we got to enjoy a free meal first!
This was a serving tray I made just before Sarah’s 8th grade graduation party. I found it at the thrift store – a cherry wood frame. So I painted it white and mod-podged the dictionary paper onto the cardboard behind the glass. Love it. Maybe someday I’ll put sheet music or other fun paper behind the glass.
Me & Becca at GEMS camp after she passed the very difficult swim test in the very cold lake.
GEMS Camp kayaking!
Inside the chapel at GEMS camp – the girls are rehearsing their awesome cabin cheers!
Becca on the drive home from GEMS camp.
Little bobby-pin hearts I crocheted to add to the treat bags at Elise’s birthday party!
While Ed was in Arizona for work, I came across this picture from 2007 that made me laugh. I think I got out of bed on a Saturday morning to find that scene.
Elise in 2007. I’m pretty sure this was fake crying.
Have you seen these all over FB and Pinterest lately? This one so totally cracked me up and I took a picture to remember. Helping verbs, people…
Sarah & I painted our formerly brown/white/blue homework table white again! Actually it’s called “Cottonball” and it’s a creamy white to match the curtains and the white Ikea cabinet next to it. Brightens up the room and I got to teach Sarah how to paint! It took 5 coats of Kilz primer to cover that dark blue paint.
Some more Summer Stock photos…
Ping Pong at Logos on the 4th of July
The city & the bay on the 4th from the roof of the Flatiron Building.
Washington Park, Anacortes
The same Sunday that we went to Washington Park, Ed & I enjoyed a sunset history cruise on Bellingham Bay with many of the programmers and their significant others from Logos. It was a gorgeous evening!
One of the highlights of the summer so far has been our trip to Cultus Lake Waterslides up in Canada. We used money from Ed’s grandpa that he had sent us this past Christmas. We had a great time – it was a warm afternoon and the park was not crowded at all. GREAT place for a local day trip!