Monday, April 23, 2012


My community has an annual Kite Day that we have attended over the years.  It is always a fun event.  So many pretty colors assorted in the sky just puts a smile on your face.  The weather has never been the same from year to year.  Last year it was drizzly, the year before was chilly, and this wind!
These little guys were akin to the Big Bad Wolf running up and down the field trying so diligently to get that kite to take flight!

Best line of the day..."I took the horns off the dragon to give him some lift,"  Gary said, and he wasn't trying to be funny!

No means of conjoling or coaxing the air was not moving!

This is when the dragon lost his horns...

A large portion of kite flying is the repetitive act of untangling string and winding it in.

Kite powered by boy...

 We laughed a lot, and got a little suntan to boot.  We shall see what next year brings...

Coram Deo,

Thursday, April 19, 2012

This is the Lamb of God

 Our family tradition has been a early morning scavenger hunt for our kids.  We have tool boxes that the boys add a new tool to every year and Sissy has a hope chest that we tuck away sweet treasures into.  This year, that didn't happen, just some little goodies...  
Gabe caught onto the idea and made a little scavenger hunt for me that led me to his little lamb he has had since infancy.  The perfect sentiment to start our Resurrection Morning!  HE IS RISEN!!
 After church we visited with my cousin and a whole bunch of family.

 Too many eggs to fit in a basket...Sissy had to carry them in her pretty white dress.

 Creativity runs in the family...

 Bocce ball, my hubby's second favorite game.

Jesus Christ is risen today, Hallelujah!

Coram Deo,

Monday, April 16, 2012

Havre de Grace Recital

 His buds came...
 Blessed to have friends rally around you...
 Performing Moonlight Sonata and Bach's Invention #8
 Guest appearance by D's headmaster and bride.
 Outstanding performance my boy!

Coram Deo,

Medieval Times

 The big field trip of 4th grade!

 The boys knights took the photos on this outing.

Coram Deo,