Sunday, July 20, 2008

Sunday Lazy Sunday

Sunday's - well i have a love/hate relationship with them. It's the day everyone has to go to bed for the work/school week. But it's also another day to spend together.
I'm usually sore from the work around the house we've been doing, and I typically haven't gotten enough sleep. :P
Everyone likes a big Sunday breakfast, except me- I would rather have Brunch- and I'm usually the one fixing it. But I think today is going to be another relaxing day in the pool- the kids love having both of us out there with them, playing games and swimming races.
Here's a pic of the girls from Friday evening- being silly as I love to see them. Pretty in their pink suits.
Check out our view from the pool- it's awesome.
I couldn't be happier with our new house, and some nights when we go out in the evening- we can see fireworks.
Memorial weekend- we saw 5 different sets of them, it was great!
I can float in the pool and typically only see sky. Our big oak tree is on the other side of the yard, and the only thing close enough is the neighbors big lilac bush- more treelike then bushy.
We ended up putting some umbrellas up next to the pool, so we could go under them and avoid the sun for a bit. Temps here were in the high 90's and the pool was a tepid 89 degrees all day. it was like swimming in bathwater. Once the wind started blowing- it was much warmer in the water.
Here's the project of the day- a newish Anna Griffin card, love this new direction they are going in, trendy!
All papers are Anna Griffin, used a chipboard tag and some twine.
gotta love those Heidi Swapp letters-
I wish more companies would come out with those small skinny chipboard letters- those and the Basic Gray 12x12 sticker sheets are probably some of the best letters I've ever seen.
Have a great Sunday reader! enjoy the last day of your weekend!
kris

2 comments:

Michelle said...

I love that pic of the girls.. and your view is beyond beautiful. I'm so jealous. LOL

Anonymous said...

Great blog, Kris! And the girls look great in their pink swimsuits. I must admit that the view is what really caught my attention after thinking how big the girls are getting. I still want to come to your house, but you would probably never get rid of me. :o)

Jill