7.29.2011

InstaFriday {Vol. 8}

Hey there y'all! 

Welcome to another edition of InstaFriday where I share a few iPhone photos taken throughout the week (usually with the Instagram or Hipstamatic app.)

Doesn't that sound like fun?

(And the crowd goes wild.)

Since Scott has been clearing out his cubicle, now that the Space Shuttle Program has come to an end, he's been bringing lots of different things home lately. This week he brought three large rolls of white butcher paper, which Annelise immediately claimed as hers.

Which was kind of the plan anyway, but don't tell her.

I loved watching her scrounge up all her markers and a handful of crayons (not sure where her regular stash is) and settle herself down on the floor in a fit of creativity.
We also used it to make our better late than never summer list.

Annelise had tennis camp this week so I used part of that time to do my bible study in the air-conditioned comfort of the car.

With coffee of course.
Sadie, our beloved but high-strung Golden Retriever, will play ball until the cows come home and then ask them if they'd like to play too.

See how she's staring intently at her ball? She means business.
Here's my girl, in the waiting room of the doctor's office (why don't they hand out bubble suits for everyone to wear? I hate the waiting room), with an earache, but still smiling. Mostly.
Later that same day we stopped by our happy place, otherwise known as the library, before we got snow cones (now the snow cone shack is our happy place).
This time she chose several Nancy Drew & the Clue Crew (which I guess is a precursor to the longer Nancy Drew books) and a few Scooby Doo chapter books and was happy as a clam.

(Are clams really happy? How can you tell?)

And that, my friends, are a few snippets from our week.

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3 comments:

  1. love the picture of your pooch

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  2. Oh my goodness, Whitney would die to have a roll of butcher paper to call her very own, I just don't know where she'd find room to lie it out and use it though.

    Earaches are brutal!

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  3. Oh dear girl, how are you surviving the heat? Every picture taken outside makes me cringe. I'm a little jealous of A's book pile. Getting Grace to read is a constant struggle. She's a good reader, but doesn't like to do it. UGH!!!

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