We have our fair share of animals around here. In fact, we've become a regular "Petting Zoo"! The newest addition to our farm wanders off and on our property at his leisure. One night at dinner I decided to name him Mr. Jack (any good pet deserve a cleaver name). This enormous jack rabbit has ears that stand straight up and are at least 12" tall. When he stands up he looks just like a baby kangaroo. Mr. Jack arrives at our lawn every evening at dusk just after the sprinklers have finished running their cycle. He hops from sprinkler to sprinkler in a relaxed fashion and sips from each of the water puddles while resting in between. This cleaver fellow has managed to stay clear of the coyotes...we hope he hops around for many more seasons to come!
The few trips the kids have been able to take with cousins have saved them from utter board-um this summer! The girls went to Dockweiler Beach with Sarah, her kiddos and the Davis Family and came home three shades darker than when they left. Great stories were shared about their long and exciting bike rides.
Devin's home away from home would be his Aunt Trina's house and the Beach would take a close second. How convenient that he gets to do both when he goes to visit!
"Coach", Cody Finley, Trevor Hampton, Andrew Clark
Summer just wouldn't be summer without some fun at Aunt Trina's house