Apparently, I was not the first to run into this little problem…
(Sent to me yesterday by Caroline and Kendall, thanks sisters! Now if you could just find it for me in T-shirt form so that I can wear it next time I go to the grocery store.)

Desperate times…
(Rigged by Jeremiah when he walked into the non-air-conditioned house where I’d been cooking for the last hour.)
And….Pace’s face when I asked her if she thought there were sharks in the water behind her.
My mother could never resist torturing us either 😉 And don’t worry, I did reassure her that there weren’t any.

6 Responses to “A Few Smiles”

  1. kendallboggs says:

    Awesome!!! In Birmingham, I'm gettin a g-baby TODAY!!!!

  2. Gail says:

    I love the fan set-up! I should've thought of that one! I know it worked! :O) It can get soooo hot in Seattle…Who knew? I know…I NEVER DID…until….Stay cool…go for a swim!!! Make salads and stay out of the kitchen!!! You are reminding me that…I pray, Ashley's hubby, gets new orders for the South! :O)

  3. Anonymous says:

    We were in Canmore, Canada earlier this summer (between Calgary and Banff), and you actually had to pay money to use a buggy! They had them hooked up like the luggage carts at the airport.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Aug. 7th is National lighthouse Day. Washington State has many Lighthouses as does the Seattle area. Thought you would like to know . Visit a lighthouse everybody if you can today National Lighthouse day.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Should you decide to engage in researching your family history while in Seattle the National Archives has a depository of genealogy records not every big city has such a thing. How lucky for you to consider this opportunity — it would probably make for an inserting sightseeing trip. The site has a web page think about it or you could facilitate research for a family member building a family tree.

  6. Amy says:

    Just wanted to share this blog with you; I think you will enjoy some of the lovely imagery taken from this Pacific Northwesterner's day to day in Seattle.

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