Grandma came to visit our Family Night on Monday. Okay, maybe not a real grandma, but Evan has perfected the character of "Grandma". He does it at school and last night was the first time I saw it in force. I laughed my head off. He has no teeth. Falls over. Says words like whippersnapper, and "I'll switch you!" He really was the most hilarious thing. Grandma even played Duck, Duck, Goose with us. Hilarity ensued. I love that kid.
Something about family night makes Charles absolutely crazy too. He dances around like a maniac.
Evan has several friends at school. One boy, who is a year older than Evan, plays a game with him, where they are not allowed to say Hi, but they can wave, or something like that. Maybe they can't even wave. But they try to make eachother break whenever they see each other. Cracks me up.
I love simple beans and rice!
These cats have hardly caused a ripple since being adopted into our home. Occasionally they throw up, or claw my leather furniture which I hate. But they are patient with Leia and Charles who LOVE them, and they love to curl up with the bigger boys, and have brought a lot of happiness into our home. Sam especially. Martha is on the left and George on the right. Charlie now calls them Mardue and Cecil. I have no idea why.
Biology lab class. I can't wait until schools over in about 3-4 more weeks.
A boy we knew ever since we were in the homeschool group years ago, receiving his Eagle. It was really neat. These big productions scare me though. I don't want to have to do that for all my boys.
I love asparagus. With fresh garlic. And lemon.
Dallas, always one to take initiative, cleaned out our garage for us and has been fixing up bikes for the warm weather. (Though we just had a couple of huge snowstorms. In April!!!). He is wonderful. Without telling us, he arranged to play a song in sacrament meeting a couple weeks ago, and did beautifully. I'll have to record him and have Pat put it on here soon. It was absolutely gorgeous.
Sadly, I just quit my guitar lessons. No time.