Summer Vacation

It has been such a busy summer for us here in New Hampshire.  So busy that I haven’t had time to sit down at my computer and write.  When the kids go back to school in a few weeks, they are not allowed to answer “nothing” when asked what fun things they did this summer.  We managed to log another 2,000+ miles when we took a three week trip to visit family in Virginia and Tennessee.  Since coming home, we have spent almost every day at either the pool, the beach or the lake.  We have visited playgrounds, watched movies at the drive-in theater, picked fresh fruit, and eaten a dairy farm’s worth of ice cream. We have been especially devoted to that ice cream eating mission.  (I am steadfast in my belief that peanut butter cup ice cream qualifies as a meal since peanut butter has protein.)  We even had one of Megan’s BFFs fly up from Maryland for a week to join us on our adventures.  I would tell you that New Hampshire is one of the most amazing places to spend the summer, but then people might be inclined to come here and well, I like the fact that the traffic isn’t so bad.

We only have a few precious weeks left of summer here in New Hampshire.  I plan to enjoy every beautiful day to the fullest.  Soon the kids will be back in school and the leaves will start to change color.  At that point I should be able to clean up the summer mess in my house and finally get back to my computer.  I have wanted to share every wonderful (and not so wonderful) story, but have instead opted to “live in the moment”.  My absence from the internet may appear to be me slacking off, but I’m choosing to call it “research” for upcoming posts instead.  Ah, the joys of creative wording…

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