Our town doesn't really have intersections as I knew them growing up in the city. We can walk all the way around town (which is 1 mile in distance) and never have to cross a street. This is the first "corner" we come to. I had Tabitha sit and pretend she was waiting for Amelia.
On another note, how do you like the new flower boxes they are putting all around town?
Mother Nature Meets Technology
Really wasn't sure what to do with this one. But I figured a shot of hubby using some technology to dig up the dirt (Mother Nature) might work.
Then I saw this shot as I was driving home today. Mother nature in the background with the sort of new (a few years ago) technology in the form of blinking traffic lights. All the added wires do affect our view of Nature.
One Step at a Time
One step at a time up the slide. Tabitha had to go slower than usual waiting for her sister.
What's Wrong With This Picture?
Baby Harold was hungry and thought it would be fun to suck my cheek.
This was our very unsuccessful yard sale today. Can you see what is wrong in this picture?
Hannah stretching up tall to reach the rings.
Now on to
June Photo a Day
Day 10: Best Bit of Your Weekend
We got to go to the park as the weather cooperated.
Day 11: Door
The door to the doctor's office with their new signs.
Day 12: From a Low Angle
Day 13: Art
This is one of Floyd's works of art from several years ago. It is hanging up in our kitchen door window.
Day 14: Time
Super Why! time. The girls get to pick one show a day to watch (usually an educational show) while I make lunch.
Day 15: Yellow
New yellow dump truck Amelia got from the thrift shop this week. They get to go and get a prize if they get 5 stickers a week. The get a sticker each night if they have a good day of listening. 5 X's a day and no sticker.
Day 16: Out and About
Taking a short trip to the thrift shop again to grab something for Amelia for her birthday.
And linking up my favorite photo
(Tabitha was sitting baby Harold up and giving him loving. I thought this shot was adorable.)