Saturday, August 25, 2007

Catchin' some tasty waves

Aaron on his board--the waves were awesome. Nice for him to get some of his energy out!
Guy found this horseshoe crab shell--the kids were excited and of course had to touch it. It stunk really bad. My beauty Alexandra!
Audi has taken a liking to the telephone! She will walk around the house with either the phone or the girls' mp player saying "ho" and then will hand it to you to talk.
This was Alexandra's baby doll stroller from Germany. Autumn is enjoying pushing it around.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

I loved all of the pictures. Thanks for posting them. Sounds like you had a great time at the beach. Thanks for letting us visit you all last month. Take care and we love you. Chris

Jen said...

So glad to see your blog and hear how you guys are doing. Jen, Steve, and Lily Woof

Anonymous said...

I love it all!!! Everyone looks so happy and so well adjusted. Thankyou for sharing, I love these updates. Great job on the kitchen, so what's his next project....
Rosemarie, Steve, Marina and Mia

Anonymous said...

Glad to hear you are all ok. What is the tattoo a picture of...fish???? You all look so happy and for that we are glad. Seeing your pictures is good but know that we still miss you all bunches. Hugs and blessings...The Kings

caley6 said...

Click on the picture for a blow-up of the tattoo picture. From the shoulder down you can see an Alpha & Omega (Father) a Cross (Son) and a Dove (the Holy Spirit). All are wrapped in flames that disguise the birthmark, though some of the red colors are the birthmark itself.

Not visible in the photo is the smaller mark on my forearm which has a triquetra, the symbol of the trinity.

I actually thought about fish, but since it ain't coming off I opted for a more meaningful theme!

The 125 gallon tank is doing great at my office filled with 12 big ol' goldfish and I've made the leap to a small saltwater reef at home (20 gallons). Alexandra has a 5.5 gallon reef in her room.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the explaination. So how long did it take and did it hurt? What does Kathleen's look like? Glad the fish are doing well.