Monday, June 20, 2011

Playing catchup....

First day of summer(summer vacation, that is) for us! I think(hope) things will be nice and slow for awhile now. The last month or so has been busy. I have so much to catch up on with blogging that I don't really know where to start, so I guess I will just start with yesterday and go backwards :) The weather here was just about as perfect as you can get, which made for a wonderful Father's Day outside. We headed only about 1/4 of a mile from our house to a park that I really didn't know was there. I knew there was a "look out" at the top of the hill for views of Mt. Washington, but I didn't realize(until we got there) that there was a whole mowed open field park on the hillside. It was a beautiful spot for the picnic we brought and plenty of room to fly kites. And the views were just spectacular, I would love to have a house with such views. The kids flew kites and played ball for hours and we now have a new place to play that is super close to home!
The mountain in the very background is Mt Washington, the snow is all gone from it.
Flying kites....
Mason had a grand ole time running around, picking flowers, and chasing the kites.

All the munchkins! Happy Father's Day to my dad and and all those blog dads out there! And to my wonderful hubby and proud daddy of the best 7 treasures in the whole wide world!!! I love you dear, I hope you had a nice day yesterday.



  1. What a perfect spot to enjoy your Father's Day! Take care, Janice

  2. Glad to see you back to blogging! Enjoy having all those kids around while you can. When they grow up and get married, you have to share them with the 'other' family, and that makes it kinda hard!

  3. What a sweet to return, with a nice shot of all the kids! I can't believe how big Mason is already!

  4. Tiff ~
    What a view! Thanks for sharing pics of the kids. You have a beautiful family.
    Hugs :)

  5. glad you had a wonderful day..we have missed the last photo of your beautiful family.;)


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