Monday, July 30, 2012

Seems Like a Lot

When I log into Blogger and go to the Post List, I'm greeted with the image above. That's right, my last post of 2011 was #500 and this is the 100th post this year. A post every two days this year? Pretty close and even more frequently when you consider I started on 5/26/09 (1162 days ago.) HOW AM I STILL OVER A MONTH BEHIND?!?! AHHHH! GO!

Sunday, June 24th was like most other Sundays in that I went to church with Grandma & Grandpa Herbert. But this Sunday differed from most in two ways: Mom tagged along and there was an Ice Cream Social... though I had a hot dog so maybe it was more of a picnic.

There was an incredible balloon artist there whose hands were faster than my eyes and in no time he whipped up this bunny. It was VERY impressive.
After adopting a balloon animal, we ran into these two sisters who were sharing rub on tattoos. The older one was eight or so and was my resident tattoo artist. She explained exactly how it worked and I was thrilled to find out there were no needles involved!

This isn't exactly the best picture... of the elephant balloon animal hat in the top right corner but you can imagine how cute it is!
Okay, I'm only kidding, sharp picture G&G H!

We had dinner the night before to celebrate Aunt Darcy's Birthday but we wanted to see her on the actual day too so even though Mom and I already ate, we picked up Dad and joined AD, Uncle Dave, Grandma & Grandpa Davenport at Blanc Burger.
I gnashed on some fries and split a shake with Mom while I waited for everyone else to finish eating so I could make rounds.

That night we ate at home and Mom and I decided to try making English Muffin Pizzas.
I wouldn't recommend 'em. I don't normally consider English Muffins to be sweet but these were and did NOT mix well with the pizza sauce. Fun to make but really, really medium.

Remember, you can't take it with you, but you can lick it so no one else can take it when you're gone.

Until Later,

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