The Pits: During our dinner at Campo Azul, they oddly began playing all Taylor Swift songs. The Peaks: We all took part in the NRC Wednesday Night run this evening. Traci was planning to walk since she was still sore
The Pits: While playing football at the Bicentennial Mall, the boys got into a bit of a scuffle. It was a beautiful place for them to fight. The Peaks: We started our day at the doctor’s office for Weston’s annual
The Peaks: I took the boys to the playground at Sunset Elementary to play today. It wasn’t long until they made their way down to the creek, where they aren’t allowed to go during school hours. No one fell in,
The Pits: Cold. The Peaks: Traci ran the Flying Monkey Marathon today. The race started at 8am and we met her, Scott, Amy, and Andrea at the finish line. This was more of a fun run for them instead of
The Pits: After being dumb-shamed on Facebook for not knowing the Northern states, I got out our US puzzle, which the boys took over. The Peaks: Turner and Weston convinced me to watch their danceathon on the porch. Their current
The Pits: None. The Peaks: I took the boys to their basketball practice tonight. The expression on the boy’s face who is guarding Turner speaks volumes.
The Peaks: Turner’s been taking notes for a presentation he has to give at school on Rosa Parks. I think this is a good project for him because one of his best friends has, as he and Weston say, “dark
The Pits: Cold and rainy all day. The Peaks: I found a window in the weather to take a walk. Despite the cold and rain, it was really beautiful.
The Pits: I’ve always been horrible with geography, and it shows as I try and help Turner study for an upcoming test. I didn’t know any of these! Can you name them without looking them up? The cheat sheet is
The Pits: I was asked on social media what I was cutting yesterday, so I took a pic of the finished prototype to show. This ended up being my most interesting pic of the day, so there you have it.