After visiting the exhibits at the Harvest Festival, we decided to explore the wooded area on the property and found this. I gave us a laught, but I wonder who would think of ice skating on this piece of land? The nearest body of water is a very small pond with vegetation growing up through most of it and it's several yards beyond this sign. Hmmm . . .
Maddie and Jordan's friend, Kern, have had this game of tag going since Jordan's birthday party. She wrote him a note, he wrote one back, she texted him, he tagged her in the car when she wasn't looking, she posted this sign in his yard while he was napping . . . Kern, you're it!
in many years. Jordan is re-working Hamlet and setting the play during the 30's. When she presents to her drama class she will wear this dress - a pattern matched to the 1930's style, made from reproduction feed sack cloth. Very similar to the dresses made and worn by women and girls during that time.
I'm sure these are dogwoods - they are so beautiful. I love how the petals are laying so flat on this flower. Maddie insisted we go to the mall (to Build-a-Bear) while Aili and Jordan were at driver's ed.
One of the many fun scenes from Jordan's birthday party - 20 kids and 900 sparklers. They also played croquet, ladder ball, and just dance on the wii. They also colored in Alice in Wonderland colorbooks and played with bubbles and play dough. Great kids!!