Is there such a thing? I didn't think so :)
My first post in this blog was July 1st, 2010. I did not have any clue where I would go with it and here we are, going strong!
I will be able to donate roughly 900-1000 dollars towards Ilya's adoption from the race. I still need to add up expenses and return unused socks, then I'll have a final. I also need to finish up the results. So, this is short.
I noticed some fun pictures in my May event in iPhoto. Enjoy, I sure did. It feels like so long ago...
Tractor season...need I say more?
There is something about him, Mr. Meowy. He was MIA from Father's Day until yesterday. They say you do not realize what you have until it is gone. That was it with him. He reminds me of how I loved animals as a little girl. I LOVED animals. I have loads of pictures with puppies and kitties. I had 2 indoor cats and they were not the same. I don't know why. I cared for them, but not like I do Meowy. All I can think is he is so good with the kids, he loves people, and he is easy to clean up after (zero amount). I was sad when he was gone and just kept hoping he'd come back. Sure enough. He sauntered up on the deck last night, skinny and hungry.
A quick rinse in the kitchen sink:
New toys here!
Nolan went through a (thankfully) short phase of wanting to carry and hold Calveeps (as he calls him!)
The middle of May brought us some time focused on Law Enforcement. We attended the St Croix County K-9 fundraiser in Somerset. This is my brother Jason, Sergeant Sykora, and his K-9 officer Doc (named after Tombstone's Doc Holliday).
Jason and I did the Special Olympics Law Enforcement run also. I need to round up some photos. It was a great experience and a nice way to spend time with my brother.
Nolan and his cousin watching as Doc performs for the crowd.
That's all for now, I need to get to bed! Happy 4th, we are the land of the free and home of the brave!