We will finally have everyone back together today. We pick up the girls from camp at 11:00. Dana and I had a good time in Atlanta; though, I think they could have squeezed the three day conference into about a day and a half. But there was some helpful information, and Jenna and I have lots of work to do next year. It is a pretty intense curriculum, but I am sure Jenna is up to it—me, well, we’ll see about that.
Last night we went to Lauren and Rebekah’s camp for skit night/talent show. Despite staying up late and getting up early every morning and swimming every day, they didn’t seem too worse for wear.
This morning, Dana and I went to check on the garden that we haven’t seen in almost a week. It was plenty wet as we got and inch and a half of rain a couple of days ago, but other than a visitor at some point who mangled a potato plant and a green bean plant, all looked well. We know who the culprit was, as he left tracks.
Jenna is having a sleepover with some friends on Monday night for her birthday (now that school is out), and Dana’s sister is coming a week from Sunday for a short visit. It is hard to believe that June is almost gone. But we are enjoying our first full summer here. Tonight, we have our first game of co-ed church league softball—that is if the weather cooperates. There is a 50% chance of rain this afternoon. And compared to the heat in a lot of places, it is nice here: 59° this morning, 79° yesterday afternoon. While it has been in the 90s in town, we have yet to hit 90° out here. That is fine with me.
We hope everyone is doing well.