Yes, literally! We are watching our grass grow. Huge sigh of relief. We've had record rainfall SINCE we hydroseeded our lawn...it figures! So we've been nervous about if it would grow or if the seed was washed away.
Looks like it is surviving the rain! Today was incredibly beautiful. It was sunny with just those white fluffy cotton ball clouds floating by all day. Perfect for making the grass grow!
We went to the Post Falls Parade...the girls were in it with their cheer team. It was a perfect day for a parade. The weather was beautiful after the torrential rain we had all week!
Practicing while we waited for it to start...
Q showing her dance moves :-) and she has them! She's got some swagger!
CC wearing the pink! Gee, I remember the day...just a few years ago, when I asked her to pull her clothes out of the closet that didn't fit anymore. I came back later and found a huge pile of clothes...they were all pink! Now she lives in this pink shirt!
Both girls performing
Q wanted to keep this little cutie! She has a way with animals and small children! Maybe she will be a teacher an not a vet. I saw her working with the little ones at the gym. She was teaching them the cheer...man was she good!
CC basing...she would rather fly. And Coach Jennifer has a pyramid in the works...so she is happy to base right now.
We have so many pretty girls we have up here in North Idaho! Now we just have to keep the boys away!
This was only the start of our day. After the parade we went to North Spokane to a birthday party at a roller rink. Then back home to get food for our hungry chickens and ducks, DD put a window in their coop and swimming pool in the orchard while I worked in the vegetable garden. We didn't eat dinner till at least 8:30! Isn't there some saying about making hay when the sun's up...or something like that? Today, I think we made a huge share of hay!
It was an amazingly productive day, that by the end of it we are sunk into the couch exhausted!