Project 365 Week 31
Project 365: Take a photo a day and see your life in a whole new way.
8/1/11 (Monday) – This morning we went blueberry picking at Chet’s Blueberries. A beautiful place with lots of space for little ones to run around after they have picked and eaten their share.
After picking blueberries we went swimming for the first time in the Plover River at Iverson Park.
Robbie did some bridge jumping. I am not brave enough to jump off a bridge (I have done it once in northern MN). I have fond memories of us playing in the river’s current in MI and my mom bridge jumping when I was a little girl.
Henry having fun jumping…
Charlie getting some serious air!
8/3/11 (Wednesday) – I mailed these pillow cases for my cousin’s children with a box of boy clothes for her new baby. I think this is the first girl pillow case I have made and I think it turned out beautiful!
8/4/11 (Thursday) – The boys and I went to Waupaca to visit the display at the library for World Breastfeeding Week. While we were in town we checked out Brainard’s Bridge Park. The park has a couple of bridges and islands and the river goes through it with pretty rapids. A beautiful place! Click here to see more photos from their website.
8/5/11 (Friday) – We have been looking for an ice cream maker for a long time. I told Robbie, “We have to be patient and we will find the right ice cream maker.” Two days later my step-grandma thought of us when she was cleaning out her basement. Thank you, Grandma Barb!
I invited friends over and Aunt Susie to share our ice cream and give me a good reason to clean my house. I thought the kids would have fun cranking the ice cream. Each boy did a few cranks and they were done.
8/6/11 (Saturday) – The boys and I walked in the Scandinavia Corn Roast Parade with the Scandinavia Library (and Aunt Susie – our favorite librarian). I didn’t get any photos of the boys. I did get a photo of my favorite entry to the parade.
8/7/11 (Sunday) – The wood shed it finished and full!