We had such a fun time and were forced to figure out a lot of settings on our camera that we never use. We took a few field trips – one to the United States Air Force Museum and one to downtown Yellow Springs – such a unique, cute town. Here are a few of my favorites along with my friend/neighbors/classmates!
Thursday, March 25, 2010
Kirk went away for a 4 day weekend to the Big Ten Tournament in Indy and of course, the night he leaves, I start hearing a lot of loud movement above our bedrooms, family room, etc. I knew it was too big to be a squirrel and we have had a raccoon in the attic in our first home we bought together in Miamisburg so this was all too familiar. Every night, same time, Mr. Nocturnal would get up to venture out for his partying in the neighborhood and I would hear him. Very unnerving! When Kirk got home, he set up our live trap, from the previous catch 9 yrs ago and within 10 hrs, we had him! They like breakfast cereal, by the way! I think we should hire Kirk out for his trapping abilities!
Our old neighbors got some bunnies for pets – I think Jill was more excited to get them than her kids. They are adorable and almost look fake in the picture of them alone. My kids loved them and I got some precious photos of both bunnies and children! Thanks for sharing them with us, Greenings!
Wednesday, March 17, 2010
Monday, March 1, 2010
Okay, I hate to start posting out of order but these are from the first of February but wanted to make sure they were seen. My sister-in-law, Jenny and her son Abram, came up to visit us during a snowy day so I played around with some camera settings and got some good shots. We had some killer icicles on our house – isn’t that a sign of poor insulation? Guess that is what you get for buying an older home? Maybe we should fix that next fall!