Anniversary Giveaway Winner and a few Ballet Pictures

It’s time to announce the winner of my one year anniversary giveaway!  I had 118 entries and chose

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comment number 11 to be the winner!  Congrats Cheryl!


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It’s been a busy day!  Pip and I started out the day by adding a new member to our family.  I don’t have pictures yet but his name is ‘Cutie Bone Cruncher’ (I think … I will have to ask Pip later to verify).  It’s a beta fish.  We also have two new snails but there names haven’t been determined yet.  These new additions will be living in our new Back to the Roots AquaFarm v2 .  I’m excited to attempt to grow some herbs in our house.  I’ll keep you posted on this experiment but I have to warn you … for a farmer … I’m pretty terrible at growing things.

Then it was time for Jared and I to be officially adults.  That’s right.  I’m 33 years old and I have to admit that I am an adult – we made a will and today we signed it.

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Next – ballet pictures!  We’ve had the costumes for ages it seems but were under strict instructions not to let the girls wear them until pictures and then the dress rehearsal and recital.  All the girls looked adorable! 

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I LOVE this picture!  It really shows off all three of the girls’ personalities to a tee!

I have more pictures to share but I haven’t gotten them off my camera/phone yet so these two will have to hold you over for a bit. 

And … we’re ending out day at gymnastics.  Everyone should sleep good tonight!

1 comment:

  1. Adorable pictures--little girls and pinks and purples! ;--))) my two litle granddaughters love these colors....hugs, Julierose


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