This is our strawberry patch. No berries yet, but lots of buds.
Today we went to the beach and figured we would have a great time in the water, since its been 100 and up for two weeks now. However, there were a billion and a half people there, about twelve of whom were in the water. We decided to try it for ourselves and then decided to enjoy laying on our towel on the sand for the rest of the day. Richard got fried all over, despite the use of sunblock, so tonight we bought aloe and 50 spf. I got fried in about 5 splotches in random places and look very diseased. We are both dismayed because I was the one who wanted to get sun in the first place.
Tomorrow we're going to head back to the church we've gone to a few times and try the sunday school class for a second time. We'll see what happens. Hopefully we will still like it and can stick with this place and stop looking. But I'm still wishing there was a smaller one we liked. This one has 6,000 members.
One night this week we took a walk and watched the baby geese who aren't so much babies anymore and got hissed at by their mommies. We went to the playground and swung on the swings and slid down the slide. It was more fun than I remembered from when I was a kid, but I got nautious on the swings. No fair!
I think that's it for now, R's moaning and groaning about needing more hands for the extensive aloe application process.........