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I'm happy when it rains out so that I can justify not being outside and twisting fringe or spinning yarn:) I've pulled the second set of Waves and Water off of the loom and have been twisting the fringe. Jeremiah is busy working on his Indiana Jones game........we make a fabulous team. Here he is asking if he can help twist fringe:) A boy after his mother's own heart!!!
We went to Six Flags Great Adventure on Saturday with the first hour going through the Safari there! It was awesome with the exception of one thing.......apparently it's mating season! So we passed the 'dancing' animals as decently as possible!!! Giraffes are my favorite animal so I was real happy with this picture!
Jeremiah had a blast and I'm sure it is the same with most children, we simply could have stayed in one area of the park all day:) He was stuck in the water fountain/kiddie pool for most of the day. The water log plume ride was the best. I just love having a super tall child, he could go on most of the rides! Hooray!!!
Well, that's all folks! I'm off to twist more fringe;)

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Judy said…
It sounds like you had a great family day!
Love the blue ones! Beautiful!

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