Our school’s Fall Festival took place tonight. Andrew and Luke were both pirates. Abigail sported a shirt declaring her “Ghoul Power”.
I have a habit of not throwing away the smallest things. I keep juice caps, pretty tree sticks, various vegetable seeds, large scraps of paper, etc – just because I know there’s gonna be a use for them one day….maybe. Today proved correct. I gathered some dried pumpkin seeds and painted them with Andrew while the two younger kids napped. Later this week, our plan is to glue them down to make some sort of picture. When we do, I’ll be sure to post a photo of the final result.
Luke the Explorer. Always in search of something new to do. I took an egg carton and let him find things around the house that would fit inside the egg holes. He found lots of pennies in the couch and a few juice tops I’ve saved for future crafts. He later found some lint, toys, beans, and legos to put in the carton.
On our way home from Athens this past weekend, we ladies visited The Varsity in Atlanta to enjoy one of the most delicious chili dogs ever made on the face of the planet. I brought back two Varsity caps for the boys. Andrew REALLY liked his cap…..not so sure about Luke.