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Wednesday, August 08, 2012

We celebrated my great grandson Kenny's 9th birthday last Friday evening. His grandma planned his party with a Titanic theme since he has been interested in that subject. His cake had blue icing with sparkles that made it look like the sea and a beautiful ship sat atop. Kenny was delighted.

My granddaughter Jenn came with her new baby girl Tiffany Grace who was born on the 5th of July. I got to hold her. LOVE!!!

Tori who is now 5 showed us how to do the hula hoop. I love her expression. What concentration!

Ethan who is also 5 gave the hula hoop a go too. Ethan is Tiffany's big brother.

You will need to enlarge this to see the effect of the raindrops sitting on top of the blade of grass. I love these kind of pictures. Those purple flowers in back are violas.

We had a hard rain last night and this morning I noticed some tiny raindrops seeming to hang in midair near one of my plants. When I took a closer look I found a tiny spider who's web is so fine it is nearly invisible with small raindrops clinging to it. I don't mind these spiders. They keep pests off my plants.

On my way home a few nights ago I stopped along the Boulevard to take some pictures of the sunset over Bellingham Bay. It was getting pretty dark so the foliage from the trees looks black but it makes an interesting frame for the scene beyond.

I hope all is well in your world. Blessings



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