Ever since this boy met Cap'n Jack Sparrow in Vegas, he's been wearing his pirate hat everywhere. EVERYWHERE. Church. Birthday parties. He sleeps in this thing.
I've never seen a cuter pirate in my life.
Here he is on an ordinary Saturday morning, still in his Scooby-Doo pj's.
We had bacon and eggs too--cooked, of course. (Perhaps I should have been flipping the pancakes instead of taking pictures?)
Gryffy and Daddy had lots of fun with Mommy's cooking...
On Sunday, we began our Square Foot Garden, which meant Mommy ran all around town in her Sunday best hauling bags of vermiculite and peat moss and compost/manure in her black-bowed heels. I got a few strange looks, to be sure, but all the more help out to the car. Mel's Mix is supposed to be the perfect soil, never in need of fertilizer or replacement year to year. It requires five different types of compost, and after visiting five different nurseries, four varieties was the best I could do. Heck, I did my best.
Onto Monday, where the kids celebrated their last night of Awana's Club.
1 John 4:14
I Corinthians 15:3-4
1 John 4:19
1 Peter 1:25
The New Testament Books
Ephesians 6:1 (My personal favorite ;o)
Plus many, MANY more from the HangGlider book that I don't have beside me. Wow, Lorelei!
I got to volunteer at Awanas and loved watching those kids take pride in all their hard work. I'm so glad Lorelei and Gryffy love Awanas Club as much as I did when I was a kid. I'm so proud of both of them!