Here comes the sun...
There she is! and we headed out to surf, then we ate lunch at the cabin and I took Mya and Kinley to music lessons and then returned to the cabin. Wednesday we did a similar routine. We went out early and took advantage of the morning lighting to snap a few pictures with Grandma.
I can't remember which night, but we decided to make a giant cookie for dinner, then top it with ice cream, whipped cream and rainbow sprinkles. It was a solid idea. (Also, gavin made a steak in this very same cast iron skillet....so there's that.)
Grandma always buys all the berries for our ladies, here Kinley has given a turtle toy she found on the beach a raspberry hat.
Saturday Mya and Taylin had a practice gymnastic meet, they were excited because this is the first time they wore their team uniforms. They were nervous, but it was an empty gym, with only their coach and team, which is 5 girls...them and 3 others. No parents either. Their first real meet is the end of this month. Gavin coached a soccer game, that Taylin didn't play in due to the gym meet. They lost 1-4 but Gavin said they had a lot of shots on the goal. Then we went to Brinlyn's baptism, which was lovely, and got us excited for Taylin's coming up soon. We had Charlotte over for a cartwheel clinic, and Gavin and Mya spent time making a generator for her science project.
Love these three ladies.
I finished reading a fun Halloween murder mystery called "Still Life" by Louis Penny. I am now reading a book similar to the one Derek recommended about father time, but this one is written narrated by "music" instead of time, and it's been pretty fun it written by Mitch Albom author of Tuesday's with Morrie and others. It's called "the magic strings of frankie presto".
We are still praying for Darina's results to return favorable.