Last weekend my Love and I celebrated 5 years. It's been a good half a decade! Our anniversary means that it was once again the Itasca Family Bluegrass Festival. That festival is one of my favorite weekends of the year. My good friend Larisa came up for it as well. Much fun was had!
Unfortunately my poor garden has suffered this summer. Weeding was not my top priority and it has sort of turned into a jungle. Oh well, life happens. However, my sunflowers are looking great. I didn't plant nearly that many, but apparently they reseeded themselves from last years dropped seeds. I'm good with it. I think they are extremely happy and beautiful.
We have had some decent storms this summer, one of which could rival the humdinger we had about 4 years ago. A lot of trees went down around town. Thankfully, we didn't have any damage, though we did loose power for several hours. Storms bring rainbows though, and a good rainbow always manages to bring a smile to my face. And then if it happens to be a double rainbow, it just doesn't get much better than that.
Part of the business of this summer is that many of our friends and family have bought new houses and have been moving. It has been fun to help them move and see their new homes. What could be better than friendship and home. They go together so perfectly.
So, yesterday at work, we took the kids to the park for a field trip. I heard my new favorite excuse to the accusation of "He kicked me." When I asked the little boy if he had kicked her he said, "I was trying to stop her with my foot." Yep, keeping it real!
And then there is Mr. Ephraim. Nothing quite like enjoying a pickle with your feet on the table at the end of a long week!
Luke and Mr. Ephraim catching up on life.
May your Saturday be delightful!
"Every summer has a story." ~Unknown