Last weekend was busy and fun with lots of kids soccer and a visit to the Boulder Creek Festival.
At the Creek Festival the kids tested their Slacklining abilities. I thought I might be pretty good at this, but I didn't push any kids aside to give it a try.
EJ's tongue seemed to be the key to her balance.
The older kids had some fun on a thrill ride (one that would have had me throwing up over the side).
The little kids opted for the merry-go-round (more my speed).
Beck is wearing the soccer shirt that my friend Betty at A Glimpse Into Midlife sent him before he was born. He has finally grown into it.
Hope's soccer team finished their season and ended several seasons of playing together as a team. She has had try-outs this week for a team for next season and it looks like she is going to get the team she wants. It was fun to hear them do this chant together for one last time.
We don't play with Barbie Dolls, we just play with soccer balls.
We don't wear no fancy skirts, we just wear our soccer shirts.
This picture convinced my daughter, Joanna, that it was time for Beck to get a haircut.
He's a pretty smooth dude with his new do.
I got to go out with my friend Patty in her very cool new little Fiat convertible.
Especially cool since I suggested they go look at it and when they did they bought it on the spot.