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Monday, August 17, 2009

The begining..or something like it.

So I suppose we will start off with today. It was such a simple yet amazing day spent with Ezra. I am really trying these last few weeks I have to spend with him before work starts up again. Most days consist of:
Wake up.
Water garden, entertain dogs, and wait for Ez to poo. (I know I know.)
Breakfast for the Boo and I.
Play for a few pushes around his beloved yellow school bus and I try to steal some computer/me time. I normally get 30 seconds to 2 minutes before he takes note of my absence and comes to track me down. Yelling and grunting the whole way.
Lunchie snack.
Baby Einstien and books in Mommy's bed then Ez naps. SUCCESS!
I get some time to edit photos, draw, re-watch the last episode of True Blood, Zone, whatever.
Normally Rusty ends up waking the baby with his delightful barking. Love him!
Then it is lunch and then we are off.
Afternoons are for Errends or friends or..?
Evenings I usually stalk Ezra with my Camera.
Ez to bed.
I get "Me" time. Usually consumed by the same things as nap time.

And now to today...
We went to beautiful Memorial Park in the AM.
Ezra endured mommy's photo shoot. He heard some kids yelling so he yelled back at them.
He searched for sticks and found many.

He crawled to the very highest point of the play structure. I broke into a little bit of a cold sweat. Everything turned out fine though. Ezra was happy that they had woodchips instead of sand because wood and sticks taste better then rock.
After he spat out the mulch we came home and did our thing.
After sleep time we were both itching to get out. I loaded Ezie in the car, armed myself with my camera, tripod, and grahm crackers and off we went with no destination in mind.
We ended up at the base of the mountians and went on a little hiking adventure. I say little because it's tricky to get too far when you have to carry your camera, tripod, camera bag, and purse. Oh, and we cant forget the 25lb baby who came along for the ride..turned out wonderful though. I didn't realize how much power lines buzz.

After our hike we went to watch the small planes land at Cable airport. Ezra would spot the planes high in the sky they yell and point. It wa sa little nerve racking for him when they came in close but all in all I think he had a nice time...

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