So these are old pictures from Hazel's camera. This is when we went to the kids' school for Jethro's recital. We sat up on the top level and at one point Wyatt threw his shoe over the gate and a nice guy underneath us threw it back up to us. Luckily it didn't hit him on the head. :)
I already reported on this recital I think, but Jethro did awesome and was by far the best guitarist.
Here's a picture of Orrin that Hazel took. I like it.
Also a long time ago, I found a photo scavenger hunt list and printed it out for Jethro and Hazel to do. They had a good time and it was fun to compare their interpretations of some of the items. (I can't find the list anymore, but it had things like color, walk, family, flower, water, favorite place, etc.) Jethro took these pictures.
The other day Talmage took off his hat and put it on again backwards and said, "I'm a TEENAGER!"
Today Jethro came home from school really sad and I asked him what was wrong. He said that he had finally finished making his boomerang (cutting the wood and sanding it and oiling it) in Fliegerei (his flying class), and on the way home he threw it and it got lost in a field of really tall grass and he looked but couldn't find it. So I had Ethne and Talmage come and we all held hands and spread out and walked up and down the field. We had covered a lot of ground and I was starting to think we wouldn't find it, but then we did! Boomerangs are cool.
Kami, my sister who lives in Texas, called me today and told me that she was at a playgroup and was talking to another mom there about timing and spacing of kids and whatnot, and Kami said something like, "It really makes a difference-- my sister got married when she was 17 and now she's 30 and already has six kids," and the lady said, "Is your sister Kayli?" CRAZY!! It was a friend of mine from our ward in Indiana. AND she even said she had been thinking about asking Kami if she was my sister before that because she thought we were similar. And then the 'married at 17' sealed the deal. :) So crazy.
I bought new hiking shoes today because the ones my dad bought for me before I moved to Switzerland are pretty much worn completely out. I got a lot of use out of them!
I'm reading a book right now that is really interesting. It's called North To Freedom by Anne Holm. Check it out. Okay, upon further investigation, it's also published under the title I Am David and apparently there's also a movie that's supposed to be good.
What I need in my life is a perfect t-shirt that is inexpensive. Anyone have a favorite?