It is hot, hot, hot. Swimming is about the only outdoor activity that's possible after noon around here.
Our fridge FINALLY got fixed. (At least, I think it's fixed. It's still freezing stuff in the back. I really hate my GE fridge and dealing with GE. The repairmen they send are friendly and probably competent, but the company is not endearing itself to me. Fortunately, I have a second fridge in the garage which incidentally cost less than the repair on the less than two year old GE fridge.) Anyway...after two weeks of making trips to the garage every time we needed something cold, we finally had an indoor fridge again.
And I saw Justin standing in front of it in the kitchen.
"Justin, what are you doing?"
"I am standing in front of the fridge hoping that something good will magically appear."
"It won't. Shut the door." Can't blame a guy for trying.
Last Saturday as I was taking Megan to her gymnastics practice, I saw that the fountain in the town square was FILLED with foam. After I dropped Megan off, the boys and I headed out to investigate.
It took about two minutes for this to happen.
Yep, he fell in the fountain head first. After a quick change of clothes for Austin, we headed out to the green belt for some nature exploration. (When I got the Ergo out for Austin, he said, "Oh, THANK YOU, Mommy!" like I had just given him the best gift in the world. So cute.)
There were ducklings.
And walls to climb.
It was a delightful way to spend a Saturday morning.
Austin's rhetoric skills are improving. Just the other day, he anticipated an argument.
He was playing with a metal stick (yeah, I know, I'm a great mom), and he narrowly missed whacking me in the head with it.
Just as I was getting ready to launch into a "and this is why you shouldn't play with sticks" lecture, he said, "It's not dange-wus, Mom. Look! (He pats my head.) You's head still all better."
Finally, I got running shoe advice from Elvis at the Leukemia Lymphoma Society Team in Training event. More on that exciting development to come...