After we said, "So long," to the other campers, we had lunch. It had started pouring by then and was kind of dark. The morning campers create a woodland mix for snacks that includes sticks (pretzels) and fairy pillows ( marshmallows) and Giddy-up mentioned that you could put a fairy pillow on a stick and roast it. So, we did.
Then at one o'clock, my other gramerlings and friends started rolling in. After years of trying to work out a visit, a sweet friend and her six littles made it to playdate. She played here with my kids as a little girl. It was so great to have her share a Playdate with us. I hope her mama will get to come visit as well.
The first order of business was to get the tee shirts painted.
This once held a practically perfect brachiopod and we still love looking for them.
Both of my big boys play guitar now, which makes me happy.
And play, play, play.
Yeah, I know. Coleslaw is not traditionally served with spaghetti, but I had a bag of chopped cabbage left from Arie's graduation party Saturday and no way I was going to let it go to waste. They didn't seem to notice or care at the odd choice of salad.
Thank you sweet Lord, for my people, a place to play, good food to eat and a sunny afternoon. I love it!