Thursday, April 10, 2014

Really Random Thursday, 4/10/14

Two weeks ago, we had a visit from Mark's youngest brother, Pete, and his 15-year-old daughter, Hannah.

We hadn't seen them in ten years. We had a great time. And I think they enjoyed connecting with Aaron, Christa and the kids. We celebrated a 6th birthday the first evening they were here.
Hannah ended up painting on a sunny day. They come from Idaho--it snowed while they were gone.

She gave a manicure.
She gave drawing lessons.
And played the ukelele.
Charlotte participated in her first music festival competition.

She takes lessons from my mother, who still has quite a few other students, including Charlotte's brother, Levi.
I was able to tag along.

Christa was working all during the festival. Four generations...

Remember a couple of weeks ago I mentioned that a friend named one of her chickens Cindy Lou after me. She has grown a lot! Isn't she pretty?
Last week on Instagram there was something called the Rainbow Flash Mob. Someone would assign a color to you, and you would gather things together and take a picture. My color was red.
I had a good morning yesterday.
And finally...I have no comment on this.
Your turn. Remember to include at least one random thing, and also please link back to me here. Thanks!



10 comments:

  1. What a wonderful family week you had!!! Thanks for sharing it with us!

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  2. Great post and what fun! Love the chicken update! ;-)

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  3. Love these random thursdays. Great time with family. I love when the older kids really take time to show the little ones stuff. The little guys always idolize them so! Love your collection of red too. I missed that flash mob, but I bet it led to some beautiful pictures!

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  4. I think I need Hannah to come and stay!!!

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  5. What a creative family you are! I love the ukelele :)
    Do you think someone did that ad as a joke??

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  6. That fabulous red plate has a special spot in our family too. My mother in law bought it several years ago and on your birthday you get served your meal on the special plate. With 4 children it is in regular rotation - even though they're in their 30's and 40's now, they kick up a stink if they don't get the birthday plate :-)

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  7. Great round up, I especially love the last bit :oD

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  8. What a nice reunion with relatives. I'm sure everyone enjoyed the visit.

    I'll bet the piano recital was a thrill.

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  9. I enjoy learning little bits about your family. So special to have grandkids nearby. Hope mine will be close when the time comes.

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