Tuesday, September 6, 2016

Labor Day

I had planned to spend Labor Day, well, laboring. Our grass needed cutting, there was laundry, election work, church stuff, and other things we needed to take care of. But we had a pleasant surprise of family we don't see very often showing up to fish. So today has been a bit of a whirlwind trying to get caught up. My yard doesn't look great, but it's not a jungle. And the last load of laundry is in to wash now, and a lot of my paperwork stuff I'm going to take with us on our trip, so I'm just not going to stress about it.

But here's a few snapshots of yesterday's fun:

Uncle Bobby and Annie

Annie offered to trade her Mocha for Little Dog. If we ever have to get rid of our dogs, I know who is getting them. :)

Sophia, who was really reeling in the bream, and her Granddaddy Paul.

Gentrie, who will reel in a fish, but not touch it or get near it. But she's a great cheerleader for everyone fishing!

Annie was interested in anything BUT fishing, and spent quite a bit of time trying to get in the hammock (and even more time getting flipped out!)

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