Baby Birds, Hail Stones, End of the Year

Our baby birds are gone. We are assuming they flew away at some point.

A couple of days ago, we had a nice hail storm. Nothing too big and not near as loud as if we were still living under the metal roof. In fact, one can hardly hear the rain here. It is so nice.

Last night we had the girls’ End-of-Year Program. Good food and lots of fun watching them recite some of the many things they learned.

Our neighbors Rhododendron bush is blooming. It seems that there are always blooms around here in one form or another from spring to fall. I am hoping to go hiking soon so see the wild ones that grow up in the mountains. We have missed them so far in our year and a half here.

The girls have spent all day up at Narnia with friends. Rebekah had a friend spend the night last night, and they and the neighbors have traipsed up and down the hill several times back and forth to each others’ houses.

Dana and I are going to dinner and a play put on by the Early College. A couple of kids in our church go there. It’s the high school where they also earn 60 hours of college credit over their four years. They are putting on A Midsummer’s Night Dream.

Jenna and I have two weeks left of school. We will both be glad when that is over. We hope everyone is having a great weekend.


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