It’s been a while…

…since the last time I posted, but it was a busy holiday season and I had to take the month of January to recoup. Now it’s Valentine’s Day and there’s pics I never posted that I probably should so I can satisfy my need for order (in this case, sequential order). So below are some holiday pics so we can continue on schedule.

I also should include some pics of me at Tio’s farm where we caught over 20 fish(weighing maybe a total of 2 lbs). Now, when I say fishing I really mean drop my line in the water and pull the fish out – no hooking worms or getting the fish off the hook. I let daddy do that gross stuff for me. It got kind of cold when we went (daddy was unprepared so I had to wear on eof his sweatshirts), but we rode 4-wheelers until our face was numb. I couldn’t stop smiling the whole time and had to warm up next to the fire to melt my smile away. We also had an epic bonfire to burn off some old branches and stuff. That was cool enough, but we also started throwing firecrackers into the fire and scaring everyone. Daddy wouldn’t let me light the firecrackers because he was worried I would hurt myself so we could only throw them. He failed to mention he used to light them all the time when he was my age and he survived with all his fingers. Anyway, can’t wait until we go back.

 Christmas

Farm

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Catching up….part 2

So after mommy and daddy came back to rescue Grannie from me, we went camping at Tyler State Park. We decided to go here on a recommendation of a friend of ours whom happens to be named Tyler.

Daddy showed he has some camping chops by getting our tent up in no time. He kept telling mommy that he use to go camping all the time with his dad when he was a little boy, but mommy had to see it to believe it – she still thinks he may have been a little lucky. After the tent was up, we realized we couldn’t put the cover on because the wind would collapse our tent. It was warm outside so we figured no big deal. That nonchalant, carpe diem attitude faded when the sun and temperature dropped, at least for mommy and daddy. I was fine because I was in the middle and had plenty of warmth, but they said they had their booties hanging out from the covers. It’s all good though – no one got frostbite or anything.

So we camped, hiked, fished, cooked over an open fire and even had a surprise visit from Tio – it was all a great time.

BTW when mommy was giving me a piggyback ride, daddy kept making Dagobah System jokes and talking in a Yoda voice – I don’t get it.

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