Saturday, July 10, 2010

Summer Fun

Wow! Well, I really didn't mean to stop blogging for that long, but I have not had a minute since getting back from Disney back in MAY!!!!! The last few months have been FULL of LOTS of stuff, apparently.....I'm going to just skip the last few months...who wants to read all of that catch up anyway, and I don't want to write it! Here's a very short overview: we wrapped up school the second week of June, had a week off, went camping for 2 weeks, and then to Steve's mom's house for a week with his family. Here's to having LOTS of summer fun!


  1. Last night as I was reading through some blog posts, I wondered what you've been up to. I just figured you were taking the summer off from blogging! I'm glad that you're back and look forward to hearing more about your summer.

    When do you plan to start the next school year?

  2. I was wondering what happened...
    Glad to see you have been having lots of fun!

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