After a whirlwind week and weekend, we got to relax for a week. The boys were on the computers a lot. There was no fighting, no screaming, no fits thrown. It was Great!
|They did their imaginary games.|
|I LOVE all the bonding!|
|Pumpkin found a paper wasps net high in a tree in our yard.|
|The boys Latin partners were out of town, so they had a class together.|
|Playing Animal Jam, talking to grandma and brother on Facebook.|
On Saturday Pumpkin had soccer practice for All-Stars. Then we head to the Haygood Mill for their fall festival.
|A friend of ours from our old school was preforming there, Derrick Phillips.|
|We watched a small part of the mill at work.|
|Looking out at the festival.|
|Peek-a-boo! I see you!|
(Pumpkin is at the wood paneling, in line with the wood beam where the water is flowing down.)
|Watching the wheel turn.|
|This gentleman made long bows!|
|This one costs $100|
|Then we took a hike.|
|The boys (Fireball Coyote) noticed someone who made wooden toys.|
So I bought them axes.
During our walk they did their game 'thing'.
|I just LOVED this moss.|
|Pumpkin noticed "If it's hairy, it's scary" thing and said that meant it was poison sumac.|
I'm not sure.
Maybe poison ivy?
|They were ACTUALLY making Shine!|
|Cute little pigs, that I over heard them say won't get any bigger.|
|One "sharpening" his ax and the other decapitating the other.|
|Cotton gin wasn't being used.|
|These were NICE chairs.|
Fireball enjoyed the ax / wine holder.
|So, why is this hole square and not round?|
A square bit, instead of round?
|Then we capped off the day with a Pink Panther marathon.|
The Pink Panther, The Pink Panther Strikes Again, & Revenge Of The Pink Panther.
Couldn't of asked for a more relaxing week!