A family's story

I’ve been absent for a week. Life happens. I have a few posts brewing in my mind…but until I can grab a few minutes to write them down, please enjoy my picture overload.


Proud to be a 3-year-old preschool graduate



Jake investigating ants in a decomposing tree in the backyard


My container garden is in!


Cole takes time to smell the new flower baskets.


Tate watches the band in the Memorial Day parade.


Watching the parade…covering ears…as one does….


Jake walks with his Cub Scout Pack in the Memorial Day Parade.




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