These were all pictures shared on the State School FB page of the Superintendent's House before it was moved to it's current location and later on became our private residence. We have been living here for 16 1/2 years now.
Thursday, March 15, 2018
Monday, May 29, 2017
I leave way too many pictures just sitting there on my phone and don't share them, so since I have the time today and am on a roll sharing stuff on the blogs I thought I would just share even more.
These are all pictures from this weekend, Memorial Weekend, when we went to Wisconsin to visit family.
Many of these pictures are from George's Pond. You won't find it listed on a map because it is on private property and belong to my parents friend George. We brought along our inflatable kayak (this is the one my daughter uses and the rest of us have hard molded kayaks.)
Some deer tracks next to some other tracks, we were unsure if they are from a wolf or a coyote.
Love me some WI cheese, but not just any WI cheese. These squeaky cheese curds and string cheese come from Springside.
Selfie while kayaking.
Hill swallow nests
An egg that rolled out of the hill swallow nests and cracked. :(
The farm I grew up on
Some tree pictures from my parents property
The kids are out there on the kayak and my parents paddle boat.
Posted by Lame Shrill Owl at 2:31 PM
I wanted to take the family to the MOA and do the ropes course & zip line for my birthday this year, so we did that and ate at the Rainforest Cafe. Andy didn't go up, so he took a few videos. Izzy & I did the zip line and ropes course and H just did the ropes course, maybe next time he will do the zip line. He thought it was too scary.
A selfie of me kayaking out at Georges Pond. We had a great day to have our inflatable kayak out and my parents paddle boat. We have molded kayaks but we left those at home.
Posted by Lame Shrill Owl at 9:25 AM
Tuesday, January 26, 2016
Tuesday, August 04, 2015
With the boy at Chihuly, taking the picture down at us, before I realized the awesome glass above us and then.......
Took this one......btw, over half of my pictures either have him sticking out his tongue or pretending he is a zombie
Nice picture of the kids looking out at the waterfront at Pike Place
Kids pointing at where they put their first piece of gum (not touching it) before we found out that was the "official" wall and gets scraped clean a couple times a year. We then put it on the opposite wall in the location that is on the national historical registry and so will never be scraped clean
In front of all the gross gum.....imagine all the germs....
Kids on the water stairs that are across the street from the Seattle Art Museum
Random weird find of a wooden Sasquatch
On the stage at the Seattle Center.......a couple of crazy kids.....
Wearing her wiki stix glasses she made....great idea to give WS with a kids meal!!
My burger, the New Yorker (one of the sauces on it is a hot sauce ketchup) from the Lunchbox Laboratory
It was hot in Seattle (usually it is 10 degrees cooler) so the kids enjoyed some shaved Ice at the Seattle Center after playing on the playground
Brain eating zombie & statue of liberty poses in front of Little Sister Liberty...
With the kids on Alki Beach
I look happy here, but I was actually slightly terrified that the boy would lean forward and fall right out of the ski lift as we were carried up to the top of Grouse Mountain.
Everyone using their binoculars at the top of Grouse Mountain in the wind turbine viewing area. I bought them before we went on this trip. We didn't spend a whole lot of money on souvenirs on the trip, but I did buy some things ahead of time (like binoculars) to help make this trip more enjoyable and that we could continue to use afterwards and not be spending money just to spend money on souvenirs. We did buy a Seattle t-shirt for each us, but that will get used. Kids have each worn their twice on the trip already.
Rock stacking at Lynn Canyon....It was like a gallery of these that so many people made, this is one the girl made
He looks like I caught him doing something he shouldn't. This is at the 30ft. pool at Lynn Canyon.....there is cliff jumping here that some crazy young men were doing.....not sure if I would be brave or crazy enough to do it....perhaps...
Back in WA at Larrabee State Park....view of the San Juan islands....picture before we changed to explore rocks in another cove that were covered in a slick moss & seaweed as well as tons of SHARP barnacles which I slipped on proceeded to gas up my hands so that I looked like I was in a fight with a cougar and thus ended our playtime there, but only about 10-15 minutes earlier, so we had lots of fun exploring before we left.
So happy to find starfish. 2 years ago when we were in Oregon we saw tons of them, then some kind of disease killed them off last year and we didn't see one starfish last year on the coast in Oregon. It wasn't until Day 9 of our trip that we even found these starfish in Washington, but we were happy to see them.
Monday, April 14, 2014
Couple of before shots of my hair combed out straight before I donated 10+ inches to Locks of Love. My daughter donated 8+" to Pantene Beautiful Lengths, but because my hair had permanent dye in it, I had no choice but to donate to Locks of Love.
And below is a picture of how short it is afterwards. I do not care for it being short at all. I think all my curls like this are too poofy and add bulk around my face making it look fuller.
We grew out our hair because 2 years ago my daughter (almost 8) decided this was something she wanted to do and wanted to do it together.
It's going to take a while to get used to this hair but in the meantime it will grow back and hopefully I can figure out how to style it so I don't want to hide.
Posted by Lame Shrill Owl at 1:13 PM
Saturday, August 03, 2013
Today they put in two new windows on the road side and the woods side (below) and finished the siding on the front and side and added trim.
In one of the top pictures you can see a sign I made, I will have to get more pictures when we go back up again and I plan to touch up the paint on the fishing exterior decorations.