Look at the excitement on our faces as we waited for the river ride to begin… well, except for little Sister L, who has apparently seen something the rest of us have not.
Although it was designed for people, our pool continues to be an alluring attraction for local wildlife. This little fellow took a swim last week, relying on our trusty rescue floats to climb back to safety.
H and I passed under this highway bridge while traveling through Boston this Memorial Day weekend. It was a welcomed reminder of those we honor.
Aunt J was always the cool aunt! She camped, owned a sailboat… and she had this motorcycle. We could hardly contain our excitement as we waited for our ride around the block. It appears that Sister L won first dibs.
H and I stopped by a local music shop last week where I discovered a wall full of gorgeous ukuleles. Their surfaces were rich in color and ran the gamut from cool blues and violets to these warm reds and natural woods. They certainly didn’t look like the instrument I played as a kid.
H and I spent a little time communing with Mama Nature this past weekend.
The difference in my sister and me just cracks me up. I may be cute (in a sturdy black loafer and white socks kind-of-way), but Sister S is ready to rock the gardens!