A typical summer day

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A typical summer day

We have simple lives, we do basic things, and we live in a small, slow moving part of the world where nothing too exciting happens. I can say I am easily amused. It’s a good thing really, if I weren’t then I’d likely be bored with the slow easy life I have here.

We run errands to the store for milk and bread, we take trash to the dump (no city pick up here) and stop by Scott’s work to drop off his lunch or help him get the flag down and folded at the end of the day. We sit out and watch the water and spot minnows and check the tide and look for sea glass. We do housekeeping, hanging up laundry on warm and sunny days. The boys do a little school, a little play, read books and draw. This is our life in the summer, a typical summer day.

Sam blows up his face.

Sam blows up his face from inside the car. 

Jack makes a crazy face.

Jack makes a crazy face.

Max in the car as we are ready to head to town.

Max in the car as we are ready to head to town.

Max falls asleep during the TWELVE minute drive to Scott's work to drop off lunch.

Max falls asleep during the TWELVE minute drive to Scott’s work to drop off lunch.

We go through a LOT of towels around here. Hanging them on the line is a good option for drying.

We go through a LOT of towels around here. Hanging them on the line is a good option for drying.

Batman stopped by for a visit!

Batman stopped by for a visit!

Max searching out birthday ideas for his upcoming 11th birthday.

Max searching out birthday ideas for his upcoming 11th birthday.

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Sam got a tent for his birthday. It's where I can find boys reading books.

Sam got a tent for his birthday. It’s where I can find boys reading books.

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