Monday, September 16, 2013

August 2013

I guess since we are half way through September, I should get my August thoughts down in writing :)

There are four August 2013 memories that stick out the most for me:

1. [B] had his one year well-check. 

I can't believe that he is already ONE! He is doing very well. All things checked out great. I am thankful for the summer season because it has meant less visits to the doctor. And those that we have had to do, have been positive.

2. [F] drew his first sidewalk drawing with chalk.

3. Learning to preserve with Grandma Cole (Josh's Grandma). 

She took the time to show me how to preserve pears. We did everything together from picking them off the tree to putting the finished product in jars. It was a precious time of talking, laughing, and learning. I will continue her tradition every year from here on out.

4. Visiting our local fire station.

Grandma Cole wanted to take us to the fire station so the boys could see the trucks and visit with the firemen. I think I had just as much fun as [F] and [B]. I learned so much about how the station works. We met a female fireman who happened to be the driver of the truck. She was so kind and took lots of time showing us around and answering questions.

Did you know that you can stop by any time (as long as they are not on a call) during the day and they will be happy to show you around? We took muffins to show our appreciation. The crew that we met is working every holiday this year, so I plan to stop by at least one holiday with food before the year is out.

Do you have a special memory from this past month?

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I look forward to reading about a memory of yours from this past month :)

This post is part of my Diary.

Thanks for reading.

- brook.

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