Thursday was the annual Cove School Play Day. Elementary Schools from all over the Valley come to Cove for a play day track meet, including Elgin, Imbler, Union, and North Powder.
Reagan was so excited to participate in her events, and she had a fantastic day! I was not able to make it to the play day last year, so I was really happy to be able to make it this year. Continue reading
My oldest daughter, Emma, played in the final volleyball game of her high school career yesterday. it was very bittersweet for me because, even though I am excited to find out what her future holds, I will miss watching her play.
In five days, I will be seeing rainbows all over, and I can’t wait!
It’s time for me to be a Color Runner!
I had a golf date with two of the prettiest girls around today. We had a fantastic time!
In My Hand I Hold A Ball,
White And Dimpled, And Rather Small.
Oh How Bland It Does Appear,
This Harmless Looking Little Sphere.
By Its Size I Could Not Guess,
The Awesome Strength It Does Possess.
But Since I Fell Beneath Its Spell, Continue reading
To celebrate the end of the term, Todd and I decided to go golfing. Luckily, our friend, Justin, was able to join us.
Last year, after the girls and I rode in the Three Rivers Race, I said that I would explain why the race is so important to us. I posted a slideshow about The Riders, and I wrote another post explaining our team name, Old and Bold, and the process of making The Shirts. Unfortunately, my summer got crazy and out of hand, and I never got around to explaining the race’s importance.
Reagan, Benjamin (my nephew), and Harley riding in the Three River’s Race 2012
When Harley was younger, she took tap and ballet lessons, but unfortunately, we moved from Hermiston to Irrigon and it was too hard to get her back and forth to lessons, so she had to quit. She had the opportunity to start dancing again once we moved here, and she joined a hip-hop class with Dance Arts in La Grande.
Through Harley’s dance classes, I have watched her bloom and grow faster than I ever thought possible. She has always been outgoing and socially involved, but through dance, she has flourished!
The most recent assignment in my Design II class is called Critical Mass. We were tasked with building a sculpture using no more than two types of items, and we had to use at least nine of each item, and no more than one million of each item (it’s possible if you were to use BBs or something of the sort). I chose to create my sculpture(S) out of found golf balls and golf tees. Continue reading