Peas and Beans
Kamryn has learned to transpose songs from the key of C to the key of F. I'm continually impressed with the 3 year "Let's Play Music" program she is in. This is her third year and soon she'll be ready for violin classes.
Her electric piano sits in our front office/unpacking room--it's still a mess. I have been busy with my doctorate classes (and been dealing with pregnancy sickness). I haven't finished unpacking/organizing or decorating. David has done so much work! I'm ready to contribute now--as my classes just ended.
We work hard to keep up with these 2 rows of raspberries. There are so many. It's good we have lots of gobblers here to help.
This huge stretch of lawn has been great as our kids have gotten involved in soccer this year. They were all terrible at the beginning of the summer. It's been really fun to play and coach to get them to have age appropriate dribbling, shooting and passing skills. Oh, I can't even describe how unskilled they were in June. It was scary. David and I are not really big into sports and we hadn't involved our kids early enough. David's ex-wife hasn't involved her kids in anything athletic--she did come watch 2 of her kids' games. My ex-husband would love for our daughters to be more involved. Emerson had been in gymnastics and probably will again soon.
Oh and we didn't take photos of the undeveloped area that will be our campground. We'll have a fire pit and paths between pine trees. That is where we'll make a more gradual slope in the bank of the pond.