The first thing Isaak wanted to do was go in "papa's pool". They didn't have his suit, so we let him go in clothes and all. That's what dryers are for any way aren't they?
Noah is now 6 months old. This week his new trick is that he has learned to roll over and over and over.....like a little barrel across the floor. He's such a happy little guy. He makes me think so much of his mother at this age.
Picked this up at the store for Noah the other day.....no, just kidding!......I think the desert heat
must be getting to me!
For some reason I see cactus' wherever I go. In fact I'm beginning to feel like a cactus! Do I look a little green around the edges to you? I warned my husband when he wanted to move here that I don't do well in the heat. A person's personality could come off a little "prickly" this time of year.
My 16 year old son got in last night from a 4 day trip hiking the Havasupai Trail with our church. Quite a strenuous 10 mile hike that descends 3,000 feet to the town of Supai at the bottom of the Grand Canyon. This little town is the capital of the the Havasupai Indian Reservation. Once they managed to make it through the dust and heat, they were able to jump in the beautiful blue-green Havasu creek surrounded by spectacular waterfalls. Hiking back out was another challenge. Blisters and all, Paul made it. Two others opted to take the helicopter at $85 a person.
The Summer Stash Challenge quilt is done. I think I'm even going to machine quilt it.