Labor Day is the last day of summer around here. The kids start school tomorrow and I've been refecting on what an amazing summer this has been!
Seemed like a slow start planting the garden in hand numbing rainy weather but once the weather cleared, we were off and running! Time to enjoy summer to the fullest.
We picked strawberries.
We went camping.
We went to the sailboat on Lake Superior.
We saw beautiful sunsets.
We had sleepovers.
We hung out with family.
We made up plays.
And went to real plays.
Lots of swimming...
and the beach.
We loved watching our first attempt at growing acorn squash prove successful.
We took another trip to visit grandpa at the sailboat.
And hung out with nana and bobo at the state fair.
So much fun was had! Now it's time to jump into a new season.
The sunflowers have grown 8 ft. high. I made this scarecrow for the scarecrow parade at the arboretum, I guess I'm ready for fall.
The first apple pie of the season was baked and consumed. Yum!