There's so much good about summer. I can't possibly blog about it all, but thanks to cell phone cameras and Instagram, here's a quick pictorial from our second week of freedom:
(I love that I found this little peeper up at the table waiting poolside--he looked like he was expecting a mixed drink and some company.)
We went shopping for running shoes, and bumped into a couple of nuns doing the same.
We paid a visit to some newborn bunnies.
There was competitive hide-and-seek.
A visit to Enrique at UMass always lifts my spirits. I love that my kids love each other.
Reading is an integral part of summer. I've been immersing myself in some really great writing, including (but not limited to) Daring Greatly: How the Courage to Be Vulnerable Transforms the Way We Live, Love, Parent and Lead
Some fantastic Ensign articles.
Light summer meals.
I love them.
(My family is trying to embrace the scarcity of meat on the menu)
Mini-golf. And extended cousin visits.
Walks. And random acts of fitness.
and being able to say