9.1.13 – 9.7.13
Grandma E reading to the kids.
Jimmy got his sorghum picture just in time. We chopped silage all week and this field is now clear.
Flag football began Tuesday night. LOVE IT! Let me count the ways: 1) It wears Jimmy out. 2) He loves it. 3) It’s a GREAT motivational tool. 4) The volunteer coaches do a fantastic job teaching the kids the fundamentals of the game. 5) It wears Jimmy out!
Our redneck version of a foam pit – the silage pile! The big kids can’t wait to get home from school and get a few jumps in (completely safe and supervised). Jake hasn’t worked his courage up to jump out of the loader yet.
Late night ad design.
Tried out a lighting exercise* I’ve had on the “to do” list. My kids were busy playing with friends and I’ve been wanting to challenge myself in terms of different lighting. As much as I loathe pictures of myself and feel ridiculous taking them of myself, I was the only one willing to take direction.
(*If you’re so inclined, here’s more about the garage light exercise, except I was in our barn.)
I heard the boys long before I went to check on them Saturday morning. Why didn’t I check? Because they were getting along. Like, for a LONG time! Their conversations were fantastic and I hated to break the moment by peeking in. This is what I was left with.
Want to see more? Click on over to Amanda’s blog to see her week in photos.