The sound of rumbling thunder through our morning. It has been hot and humid and the lawn is fried - a good deluge of rain is more than welcome around these parts.
Making decisions - we have been working on our kitchen since April, although admittedly we haven't done a thing to it since early July. This week we plowed ahead picking out a backsplash, paint colors and lighting. I am ready for this project to be done.
A few stolen hours with my Flaherty family. We headed up to Columbus for a family reunion Friday night and got to see a bunch of people who make us laugh, well worth the road trip. I also got to take the girls and their cousin Jackson to the Columbus Zoo for an adventure, it was hot and exhausting, but fun.
|Addie & Jackson with Big Hank|
Getting to hold a sweet new baby boy - our friends welcomed their baby boy, Greyson Edward, to the world while we were in North Carolina. I've now gotten to snuggle with his tiny little self twice.
Being a home. It feels like my family has been living out of suitcase for well over a month and it feels good to be home, unpacked and settled for a few days...at least until I pack up our suitcases for the next trip.
The Olympics. I love watching the Olympics and it turns out so does Addie. She is in gymnastics camp and is completely enthralled with the gymnasts; particularly the vault and bars. She'll watch anything that's on though and asked Andy if they could "cuddle and watch the Lipsticks". Olympics, Lipsticks, it's all the same to a five year old.