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Monday, February 18, 2013

Project 52 - Week 7

Happy Monday!  Doug, the kids, and I just got home from a trip to the zoo.  The kids are off school today for President's Day so Doug took the day off also.  It was a nice but chilly day, and I got to try out my 55-300mm lens.  I really like being able to zoom in that close!  Pictures will be posted later this week.

Last Monday after school the kids and I went for a walk through the woods and down to our neighbor's pond.  The weather was warmer and it was a nice day to be outside.
I really don't know what they are doing here except that they wanted to show off their walking sticks.  :)

When we got back from our walk, Keira went inside and the boys decided to swing from their vine for a few minutes.
Nick wanted me to get a photo of him but I couldn't get a good one where you could actually see his face.  We'll have to try again soon.

If I remember correctly, it got really cold over night and Tuesday was pretty cold.

Keira made a monster Valentine box for her Youth Group party.  It turned out really cute!
Texture from SKC Photography.

Hope you had a great week!

Linking with Gina and Tamar's Project 52 ...
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Tamar SB said...

Love her valentine's box! They are a hoot with their walking sticks, very fierce!

Kim Cunningham said...

Lovely outdoor pictures! Love the mailbox; how cute!

Laura said...

Umm... we were at the zoo today too! Too bad we didn't know you were going haha.

Love Keira's box!

packmom said...

Walking sticks are so much fun. I like it when the kids get back to nature and swinging vines too? Lucky! That valentine's box is so cool and amazing. She did a fabulous job.

Gina @ Kleinworth & Co. said...

Oh my goodness- that box is adorable!