It's pretty bad when you are planting and harvesting on Farm Town and one of your friends asks you what's up with your blog. :)
The summer has just been drifting by and there is a sense of change in the air. A change in season. The boys went to visit my brother in TN...from Utah...on a plane...by themselves...with layovers. All firsts for them and me. They went to a Titans game, paddled the Harpeth River stayed up late, ate a bunch of fast food and apparently stopped by Hooters - they said the chicken wings were great. We missed them terribly but were happy for their adventure. It really gave them a chance to grow even closer as brothers.
Now, Nagymama is visiting and we're all packing more fun into the last week before school. School where even more changes are taking place. High School. Another first for our family. Another reminder of how quickly childhood passes and how important it is that cherish each moment together - OK, not every hormonal moment, but you know what I'm saying.
Sara and I also got to spend a lot of girl time together. It was strange in a way to have an only child, but it was nice to have the mother daughter time. We ate out a couple of times, went to the pool, watched the Hannah Montana movie at the dollar theater and made a few visits to the local thrift store.
So there it is in a nutshell. The past few weeks. The weather is getting cooler, the tomatoes are turning red and the kids are getting older.