Tuesday, June 30, 2009
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Tuesday, June 16, 2009
This weekend Bill shot a Magpie with his pellet gun. He was thrilled! (those birds are quite crafty) He left the carcass in the yard to entice new targets, but instead it attracted three 7 year old boys. I found Tate and his friends Carsten & Jaxson taking target practice on the defenseless prey. They felt victorious each time an arrow pierced the target, coming to me each time with details of exactly which part of the anatomy was hit. Tate claimed the greatest prize with part of the brain on his arrow! GROSS!
Posted by Ingram Family at 4:45 PM
Tate had a great time at the Challenger Soccer Camp last week. He went Monday-Friday from 9-12. The instructors were young men from England who spend their summers traveling the United States teaching kids soccer. Tate would sometimes complain he couldn't understand them because of their accents. These pictures were taken on the last day which was World Cup Day. Tate obviously was on team England!
Posted by Ingram Family at 4:19 PM
Wednesday, June 10, 2009
This past weekend we attended the HFB Open House. It was tremendous! You get to see, sit, and walk through the most amazing airplanes and helicopters. All sorts of airplanes were putting on incredible shows and death defying tricks. Our favorite was the Thunderbirds Show. It makes me so nervous as they fly so close together and pass each other. The traffic getting home was not fun, but was made a little better with a stop at Red Lobster (the kids favorite) for dinner. We are so grateful to all of those who sacrifice so much to keep us safe and free!
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A couple of weeks ago this bright little fellow and his wife were hanging around our house. They kept trying to come in through the window but when we left the door open they didn't seem too interested. They stayed for about 3 days and then continued their journey. We still aren't sure what kind of birds they were. They were a little smaller than a robin and had a beautiful song. We will be watching for them next year!
Posted by Ingram Family at 3:27 PM