|He's not hurting el kitten ... just leashing it a little bit.|
We grabbed Wendy's for dinner. I have a friend named Wendy and DANG I wish we were at her house for dinner instead. I don't even care if she serves us vegetarian porridge; just to be in the presence of our friends would be AMAH-ZING! Then we headed to the Riverwalk to eat. We had to fend off all the birds that wanted our food.
|Can you spot the elk?|
|Can you find all 5 kids?|
Then we went down by the river, where Joel was up for the challenge of getting everyone across this shallow part while I was on a couple of emotional phone calls home.
|I want to cry when I see these pictures. Joel helped Sam and Eva across the river like the best big brother around.|
Here's what we learned today in homeschooling:
- Elk spotting
- Buffalo spotting
- Bird chasing
- River forging
- Rock throwing into rivers
- Kitten loving and wrangling
- Skyping (Dad, Andrea, Matt, Wendy, Julia)
- Grass tossing into river
- Dollar Tree shopping
- River walking
Aron didn't get home until 10-ish. I've asked him to please work as much as possible so Scout Camp is not an issue and going home next Thursday isn't an issue. I just pray for peace at his job and for this project to end. Again I say he loves his company, just not this particular project. I think his boss thinks Aron is not happy at work, but it's just this one thing. I mean, I'm sure when his boss was on a job where he was working 80 hours a week, he probably got a little pissy, too.
I feel guilty relaxing and recharging, but it is so nice. I'm ready to take on the world when we get home!
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