Sunday, July 26, 2009

Summer fun

Summer is flying by, I can't believe it's almost August. We've been keeping busy. I'm horrible about remembering to take pictures, but here's a few i've gotten. We went to the beach a few weeks ago with some people from church. It was overcast, but not windy, that's all you can ask for at the Oregon coast.
At the beach we were at there is a huge sand dune that people like to climb up and then run down. It's pretty step (and high). I had to capture Malia doing what she does best, being dramatic. She literally crawled up the hill because it was "too hard" (insert really whiney voice) to walk. Of course she was thrilled once she reached the top. I love this picture. The kids chilling on the trampoline with their cousins. Malia was so sad for these guys to head back to California.


For the 4th of July we had a barbeque and had some friends over. It was a great night. The weather was perfect and we had great food. I had to get a picture of our friend Marty using his blowtorch to light the kids' fireworks. (So Marty-like)

Luckily our friends brought a few exciting fireworks (aka: illegal) so we had a little more variety to our fireworks display.

The rest of our summer has been filled with swimming lessons, tennis lessons, bike rides, and trips to the park. Nothing too exciting. We are looking forward to a fun family reunion in Washington in August. The kids and I are staying an extra week while Brent will return to work.



4 comments:

Ditto Family said...

I'm so glad you took the time to update. The pictures were fun...love Malia's dramatic face. We're sure looking forward to see you soon too.

Dawn said...

The girls are here with me looking at the blog and they LOVED the picture of Malia on the hill. They laughed and laughed and laughed at her silliness. They really had a lot of fun with her this year and miss her a lot!

Debbie Tovey and Family said...

A blow torch! Ha! I love it.

Have fun at your family reunion!

Alison said...

Looks like a very fun summer!
(You forgot to mention rook, but that's OK!)