Wednesday, October 6, 2010

What do you write when you can't think of a title?

I guess life has just been busy. Somehow the days pass by and I find by the end of one that we haven't done much that I would write about. Each one has it's moments, true, but the flow is the same. Days are filled with Oren and his schoolwork. Evenings fly by trying to give my other three attention. Keeping Daniel out of the bathroom and off the piano is a full-time endeavor!

And so I rarely have the energy to gather what thoughts I'd like to write, or go through what few pictures I have taken. This is not to say that we don't do things worthy of note. For instance, Oren's school did a zoo day meet and greet. But Nathan was at school and couldn't go with us. So when the zoo did a free admission day, the boys and I loaded up and went!











Daniel was asleep in the mei tai on my back for most of it. So no cute pictures of him, unfortunately. The boys had a lot of fun in the Egg-xhibit, pretending to be chickens. And outside of there, I had my hands full making sure I knew where they were, with so many people there. So no pictures other than these.

On a seperate note, I had several compliments on the mei tai, and the moms that talked to me wanted to know where I got it. I was super proud to say that my sister had made it! And of course told them that they could find patterns for one on-line. Why spend $30 or more when you can make one yourself? (Thank you Steph!)


Saturday, after the morning session, Mom W. took us to Mesa Falls. This little trip involved some misunderstandings about food, and a not very happy me... but the falls were beautiful and the scenery was amazing. We solved the food problem with a VERY late lunch and Mark and I resolving to insist on the welfare of the boys not matter how anxious others are to get going. And to not assume that others will bring what they implied they would.

Of course, I brought my good camera hoping to get some gorgeous shots of the falls. Maybe some with trees in the background that were turning colors. What happened? I took about 6 shots, and then the batteries died! With no backups because I took them for the little camera and forgot to put new ones in the case! So here is the best of the ones I got. The falls look small, but they were really quite tall. It was the angle from the viewpoint.



There was also William's birthday, which is in the above post. Or will be when I get it posted!

4 comments:

Rachel H. said...

been busy, THAT'S FOR SURE!

Gotta love the zoo--and the traditional photo stops! lol :)

And mesa falls is so beautiful! Love that place...

have you posted a pic of your mei tai? I don't think I've ever seen it!

Karen said...

That's how our days are so often...thinking we just plod on with nothing interesting in our lives...but I always enjoy seeing what my extended family is up to and I enjoyed your pictures of the kids and the falls. Hang in there.

Stephanie said...

You're welcome!

We have the very large Hogle Zoo here, but I still miss the Idaho Falls Zoo. Something about a small zoo is so cute and fun.

Michelle said...

My mei tai looks like Steph's. Cream with orange and yellow and pinky red flowers. Maybe I'll brave the camera and have someone shoot me wearing it. :-)