Here we are at the super start of summer vacation.
It was highly unusual to have no snow days this year - in turn we ended the school year "early" since we usually have to add on at least a week for the make-up days. Because I don't feel beat up from winter, I feel as though summertime snuck up on us. I am happy to have this week to get ready for the summer - set some goals, firm up plans, sign the girls up for art camp and pray to Mother Nature in New England that we warm up consistently here. It's either 65 or 90.
Here's a sample to the grand start of the summer here.
A little poolside cuddle on the last day of school - always a day of mixed feelings for my girls. They had an amazing year, so it was hard to say goodbye to their teachers.
The next day the public library sponsored an event at a local park to kick-off their summer programs.
For Father's Day the girls got all crafty with a good friend and made these amazing flower arraignments for Cliff and my Dad.
Sophie and a friend giggling like girls in our front yard tree.
At one point we had four different dads from the neighborhood in our driveway drinking beer.
On top of all this fun, Cliff and I had a Saturday date and I painted and re-purposed two side tables and a shelf, a project I've been wanting to finish for a while, mainly because I hated looking at those scratched tables.
I love the summertime.