It's Monday and I'm all worn out from a marathon, 14-hour day at the Disney parks yesterday. More on that later this week.
Today, I'm sharing some camera-photos from our Friday evening in our Old Town district. It was the summer solstice, and we ate on the patio of one of our favorite casual Mexican joints, Rosa's Cantina.
The city also sets up two great big grid areas for children (or anyone, actually) to add their own art squares. The kids are given plastic gloves and a box of artist pastels and invited to get creative. Of course my own kids were thrilled to jump in:
Hello to another week of summer vacation...the kids are in soccer camp this week, and it starts at 9am. That's a welcome change, to be dressed and out the door early in the day. We've been pretty laid-back around here. (Although we were out of the house before 7 to hit Disney yesterday.)
Hello to the last week of June...is it me, or has this been a realllly long month? Not in a bad way, but the first of June, back when the kids were still in school, already feels like ages ago.
Hello, Leon Day. Do you celebrate? My husband is crazy about the holidays, and Leon Day (Noel, spelled backwards) marks 6 months until Christmas Day. I'll wake up tomorrow to carols and "Jingle Bell Rock" at my house. The kids are all excited about it. I like to think I'm the lone sane person here, rolling my eyes at the whole thing.
Hello to sweaty soccer clothes and pool time and probably some more ice cream thrown in there, too.
Hello to Tucker's Love Robot. You have to look hard, but it's got a great big red heart in its center (just like my sensitive, sweet boy).
Linking up with Lisa Leonard for Hello, Mondays.