This Sunday Jam’s right on schedule for once and perfect because it’s the Sundays singing Summertime.
O. o. Oooh. Mmmm. It is summertime. Like, full-swing summer times. I remember lamenting rain not too long go. What was that all about? I have so much to write about I’m not sure where to begin. In addition I am up past my bedtime but made the mistake of drinking a Coke about two hours ago and now it might as well be 10:AM. My mind’s telling me no, but my body.. my body’s telling me yes …
(that’s from Bump n’ Grind; I can’t make stuff like that up)
Shall I recap?
Gee and I boat trip to Sechelt for some RnR in June as seen here:
We were lying on the grass under the sun under blankets because the wind was brisk.
Gee disturbs my peace.
Then visits me under my blanket.
It’s like crabs in the bucket, but not really.
I found this to be one of the proudest wolf bust lamps I’ve ever seen.
Gee demonstrates “engrossed.”
If there was ever a Cutest Cemetery I’ve Ever Seen contest, this one would be my entry.
William’s in the photo holding their catch of the day, standing beside who he would have likely referred to as “a great catch.”
I’m kind of like, “Let me try engrossed now.”
My sweater won the Sweater of the Weekend award.
Once upon at time this was a floating Grocery Store, Pizza, Coffee Shop-type thing.
Grade 5 Chris came for Canada Day times. He lives in Arizona now but spent both Canada and Independence Day in Canada. I mean, obviously.
It was sometimes like we were in grade 5 again. But, that could have been my fault.
It’s hard to make a photo of this nature look genuine.
These guys were so easy-going.
Some pretty art along the sidewalk.
To Cathy, Chris is grade 3 Chris.
A really small W. Erskine Johnston Elementary School reunion.
So a week later, Hannes is in town from Mexico where he is studying Spanish while on an extended vacation from his home country of Switzerland.
Which now brings me to this past weekend. I had Kate’s puppy, Penny with me all weekend. The most precious Penny.
This morning I hauled Penny and all my purge-ables over to Cathy & Kyle’s in the hopes of making some cash at their multi-family yard sale. I sold nary a dollar, not even a quarter. But, I had fun and so did the dogs and the kids… and I was in the sun eating cookies, Cheezies, watermelon, and pink lemonade. Who needs money?
In Coquitlam dogs can actually float. It’s the neatest thing.
“The doggy licked my hand.”
Muffin loves how a half-off nightie makes her look like a flower.
Penny and Buddy demonstrate how to properly share a tennis ball.
My niece and my nephew whom I babysit.
Claws on the inner arm feel so good.
So I’m kind of in the middle of these two dogs…
And after a hard morning of yard-sale’ing, Gee and I make for the beach. Kits this time.
While Gee read Barbara Wawa’s autobiography, I entertained myself with the latest GQ using a little treasure I found.
Baby crab-leg Imperial.
Baby crab-leg Pancho Villa.
Baby crab-leg Mono Brau.
Baby crab-leg Barrette.
Baby crab-leg Slip on Thumb Party Trick.