Tuesday, July 25, 2006

What I Learned on My Summer Vacation

1) The phrase "running through the sprinkler" can mean two very different things.(Note how the position of DD1 remains constant. She just stood there letting the water slap her in the face. Occasionally, she would call over her shoulder, "Mom? I'm gettin' all wet!" Apparently, this was "good times" for her)

2) "Peeling corn" is serious business. Eating said corn, however, is optional.

3) Wedding cake should always be eaten with a knife and fork.

4) Swimming with Uncle "The Boy" is terrific fun.

5) As is fishing with Grandma. (Many many sunfish caught and released on the Barbie fishing poles that day.)

And finally 6) Just because you've been trapped in a car for 16 hours with your family doesn't mean you can't accessorize and have a good time.
Today's lessons were brought to you by Zoe and Ilsa. Mom has been knitting, we swear! She even went to LYSes and bought yarn. We'll make sure she fills you in. Eventually.


Blogger mamma said...

Looks like the perfect summer. I've missed you. Can't wait to see what you've been knitting.

5:35 AM  
Blogger Pyewacket said...

Welcome back! Looks like fun times. :)

7:45 AM  
Blogger Skiptastic said...

Those are great pictures! I didn't realize they went fishing for real as well, I thought it was all fake fishing. Hmm. Looks like a great vacation!

3:43 PM  
Blogger klugula.com said...

Barbie Fishing poles? Libby (of your knitting sisterhood) also spent her vacation around a Barbie pole. What is going on in this world of ours? Welcome back...

11:52 AM  

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