We stop at the Bug Museum and what a lucky day for us!! Salsa with meal worms....yum
Stir fried crickets.....not pictured chocolate covered crickets and fried meal worms. Jaime thought they all were pretty tasty......
Amy with a bug face.
Cockroach races, glad these things are not in my house.
It was good to see Kaitlyn, she is in her second year at K-State. We ended the day celebrating her 20th birthday at Smashburgers before heading home.
Celebrating Jaime's 11th birthday at Grandma and Grandpa's house/
Jaime with her Rose Hair Tarantula, see how happy she is....
I can't believe how fast she has grown up.
Sunday, September 11, 2011
Monday, September 5, 2011
Melissa's first home game marching in the band, she plays the flute and is in the back somewhere. I've spent quite a few nights working KC Sporting games so we can go to Washington,DC in May of 2012.
Amy at the pool.
Jim put the girls to work painting the front porch with Restore, it has helped cut down on the slick floor when it rains.
We participated in an attempt to make the longest ice cream sundae at the Turner Rec Center and the KCKPL. A hot but fun day, you couldn't tell by that face.
Eco Elvis at the wrap up for summer reading.
Saturday, September 3, 2011
With all the craziness of August, I still had three swaps I had to do, all swap were mailed late. (Boo me)!
First up are these fall ornies I made for the swap on Prim Pals forum.
Than I received this wonderful "Winter in August" Swap package from Ginny.
I realized I left out one of the ornaments when I took the picture. Look at all these snowmen, thanks Ginny.
I received my secret sister swap in the mail today. Look at these wonderful goodies.
Thank you, Secret sister!!
This is the Winter in August swap I sent to my partner Lindee.
This little snowman I made from Debbie's free pattern, isn't he cute!! You can find that pattern here and check out Debbie's blog and store too.