Ack!!!! As Kristiana over at Orange Juice just reminded me 😉 It’s been almost a MONTH since my last post!! I finally got back to good ol’ North Cackalack last Wednesday and have been trying to readjust me and Amber ever since :S There’s SOOOO […]
Month: August 2009
Strutting her stuff and talking on the phone–like always!
Sometimes life just doesn’t seem fair. But I am a sincere believer “that all things work together for good”. So it comforts me to know that the terrible accident which took you from us served some purpose…even though I’ll probably never know what that purpose […]
On August 3rd we got to go pick up my brother Ryan from Red Cliff Bible Camp where he’d been on staff all summer. Red Cliff was a fixture in my life the entire time I was growing up and I went every year, twice a year, from the time I was old enough to the time I graduated high school.
Because my Dad had recently purchased some “big boy toys” (a flat bed and a chainsaw sharpener) we went up early and spent the day pretending to be loggers. It was wonderful being back up in *my* mountains! By the time we went to pick up Ryan it was getting dark and it was raining, so I wasn’t able to get any pictures of camp itself or the gorgeous new log expansion, we got plenty of picture goodness earlier in the day though, so here are some of those!!
Littlest Twilight Fan…..Amber recently has decided she’s too old for board books and would rather flip through “real” books instead.
She loved sitting on the four wheeler and going for rides. Here she’s giving it gas to make it roar 🙂 That’s my girl!
Have to get the dirt on juuuuuust so…..my little tomboy loves dirt and was completely filthy by the time the day was done!
We had a fun day! On a side note I never thought I’d get sucked into the whole Twilight pop culture phenomenon…but alas, I too have fallen prey to the addiction that is Twilight. I read all 4 books in the time span of 2 weeks (that’s like, what?? 5,000 pages????) and after reading them all I must admit that I am a fan…now don’t be too concerned…I’m not about to go buy a life sized poster of Edward or anything, but I must say that for something I once ridiculed for being silly I was very impressed with the whole series.