We spend our time either in the pool or down by the water on the beach. The Grands have just finished swim lessons at Seal School at home and love showing off their newly acquired skills. We are blessed with Linda Adams two wonderful granddaughters, Katie (age almost 18) and Billie (16). The boys refer to the girls as their "girlfriends" and the girls have given generously of their time playing with the kids.
I have a disproportionate amount of pictures of Landon and Leighton as Colvin is a whirl wind and seldom holds still enough for a lot of pics. I'm heading down to the beach soon where they are all playing and hope to get some good ones of him.
Katie and Billie went parasailing on Monday and had a blast.
and on Tues. Billie and I went kayaking which was also tons of fun. I'd enter us in the senior Olympics but she barely looks 16...lol.
The Hepperman's doing what we do best down here!
Our annual "Toast to the Working People" . We were joined by our Hazelwood Central friend, Marsha and her two cutie daughters.
Our first really really pretty sunset last night.
Gene finally broke out the lemoncello...let the fun begin.
I met the lovely Lynda Kay at Owl and the Pussycat today (wed.) for stamp demo day. We hit a paper store and on to lunch at Bistro 41 at Bell Tower...the food was excellent and it was so good to see Lynda Kay again.
Tomorrow we are off on girls' day shopping at the big outlet mall and then E's famous shrimp boil for all 14 of us. Friday I am going on the Pirate Ship with the Grands and their parents around 11. Arrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr...getting my pirate on!