We interrupt your regularly scheduled
programing blogging schedule to bring you this set of pictures I took today. Sunny days spent at the park are too good to pass up, and that’s just what we did today…
Here lately, Clark has been doing some “crafts” (I say crafts lightly because, well you know…he’s a guy, and most guys don’t want to let the world know that they make things. Just sayin’…) and it’s made Mama and I think about the old days where we would go to the park after an hour or two of school were the bomb, and we missed that. All I do is sit at the laptop and type things these days. No fun.
So, Mama called up some friends of ours out of the blue yesterday and decided we were going to go to the park and have lunch. The following pictures are some of my favorite that I snapped in between watching the littles and playing on the monkey bars. Yes, I played on the monkey bars, and yes, I’m 15 years old. Who says parks are for the kids 5 and under?
Before everyone got there, I took a couple pictures of Clark. Bless his little 12 year old heart, because I took more of him than I did of anything else! :) Note: Do you spy with your little eye a girl who loves her little bro?
Man, there she is again! She is relentless, I tell you! ;)
The rest are stills, basically, because I failed to ask if I do post pictures of the other kids on my blog. Hey, don’t hate…I’m just doing the right thing and respecting other’s privacy!
We had a little Indian girl join us as well, as evidenced my her little headpiece.
I ask you, can you say no to a little boy who asked to swing? Nope, you can’t!
Shoes are fun to photograph! Haha, and I’m sure you can tell by this next series of pics…
And what’s a post without a self portait or two? In this case, I’ve got three: a shadow and two face ones. But beware, the last one is scary. Don’t say I didn’t warn you!
See what I mean?! Scary. I thought this face would look better, but I guess not.
And there you have it! Our afternoon in a nutshell. Something only homeschooling families could enjoy. :) Oh, and the highlight of the day? Playing flag football with 5 guys and getting two out of three touchdowns for our team.