It’s August Already! I can’t believe I didn’t post once during the month of July. Bad me 😦
July was a pretty laid back month for us. I was sick with bronchitis for a couple of weeks (maybe that’s why I didn’t blog). We did go camping with a group from our church, Northwood Alliance, to Newhalem, WA. We experienced thunder/lightening storms, a couple of downpours, enjoyed watching the kidlets play in the rain, went on a couple of good hikes and all around had a great time with friends. We celebrated Ron’s 54th birthday having dinner with friends, Tim & Cindy at the Beachhouse restaurant in Birch Bay.
August finds us getting ready for a couple of trips. First one begins this Thursday (8/6). We drive to Boise to help Brandon and Danalyn move to Lewiston. On Friday Ron is taking Max to Roaring Springs, a big water slide park in Boise. Saturday will find everyone loading up the big truck for the move, Sunday we will be driving to Lewiston. Monday we will unload/unpack and help to get them all settled in their new place. I don’t know how much help I will be as I plan on getting in lots of grammy time! with Christopher and Max!!!! The reason for the move is that Brandon has accepted a teaching position at Cul De Sac School District teaching high school math. We are planning on returning home on Wednesday 8/12.
We then leave on our second August trip on Sunday, 8/16 – we are going camping with Max for a week before taking him back home to start school. We will be at Grandy Creek for one night, in Newport, WA for 3 days and then Cheney, WA for 3 days. We will return to Blaine just in time for the back to school picnic at Northwood on August 30th. If you are in town, please join us for the church service that morning and then the picnic on the church grounds.
Don’t know much else so will close for now. I hope to be a little better about posting to my blog in the days to come.
Take care and hope to hear from you all soon. Alice
1 thought on “It’s August Already!”
Mom, just to let you know, Culdesac is only one word. And, it's fitting because that's about the size that the town is :).