Wow, once again can't believe how quickly Tuesday comes around every week!! Wish things would slow down a bit!!
So again, I would like to say thanks to everyone who checks out my Project Life photos. I LOVE reading all the comments I get, and it is awesome the "friendships" I have created with ladies from all over the world!! So...here are my latest photos, it was quite a full week!
We had a huge storm today, it hit while I was out, so I tried to get home quite rapidly. I love storms and rain, when it gets all dark and gloomy. Luckily here we don't get hurricanes or tornadoes, so a good storm is just wonderful. And just look at the wonderful sight that greeted us after the storm. A double rainbow!! It was stunning, unfortunately my camera didn't capture it quite as well as I would have liked!
The boys were due to have quite a full day today, school and then Bryce was going to have hockey and bulletjies rugby, so I made sure they had lots of food in their lunch-boxes to keep them going throughout the day!
I LOVE this photo of my gorgeous boys in the bath. My heart just wants to burst with the love I have for you!! What's extra cute about this photo is the way Jamie is trying to hide his privates!!
I did my good deed for the day this morning when I rescued this shrew from our swimming pool. It was just too cute. The boys were fascinated!! Bryce was brave enough to touch it, but they all got a huge fright when it squeaked it's disapproval at being touched!!
Today Ray had to go into our local Provincial hospital to have some repairs done to his vasectomy which he had done nearly 2 years ago. It really was a doozy of a day, and I was exhausted by the end of it. I nearly got a fine for not stopping completely at the stop sign and not wearing my seat belt, thankfully the kind traffic cop let me off with a warning. I was SO relieved!! I developed an awful tummy bug, and had to rush home from the hospital to go to the loo, later on in the day I found out Caide and Bryce had had it at school too. And then there was of course poor Ray. Turned out there was a LOT of scar tissue the doctors had to work through so the procedure took a bit longer than they anticipated! He seemed to come out of the anesthetic o.k though (so grateful for this, I was a bit worried about this aspect!). The doctors and nurses were all great, but the actual conditions in the hospital were not, (as you can see from the photo!), so we got out of there as soon as possible. When at home I was able to get Ray comfortable in his own bed. What a day!!!
Today we went out to Debbie's farm for a family gathering. It was a freezing cold day so we all had to wrap up nice and warmly. It is a wonderful farm, very picturesque, so I was in my element taking photos of the boys. They had a blast on the old go-cart, Jamie loved being pushed around!! I can't wait to print out the photos and do some nice scrapbook pages!
I LOVE this photo of Caide and his huge Lego house. He tipped out the whole box of Lego on his bed and played for ages. I am so happy about the fact that he is not too big or cool to play constructively like this. So happy to capture his pride in his creation in this photo!
Thanks for visiting me again. Hope you have a great week ahead.
p.s. If you want to see a bigger version of the photo just click on it! (that's for you Mom x)