After a cook out Fahnestock lunch we headed to Ellen's baseball game. Marcy and I stayed under a tree which provided relief from the sun. After that it was to Coach T's home for a pool party and more food! Ellen loves playing in their pool.
Ellen and Emily getting in slowly.
The water was a bit cold but it wasn't long till
they were splashing and enjoying it!
Elizabeth heading in.
We found a nice spot in the shade to eat.
Ellen with her two best buds...
Nicole and Elizabeth
Ellen is content to float in the shallow end.
Many conversation areas.
I took this picture while Dale and I were sitting on some
vintage rocking chairs which were under a tree in the lawn.
Somehow we eventually convinced Ellen that it was time to go home.
What a fun, full day!
Ellen slept in this morning. First thing out of her mouth when she came downstairs "Is there a parade today?" Yes, there was a Parade in our little town. Her Daddy took her to see the one marching band, the veterans who marched, fire engines, police cars and a few more cars in the short parade. Ellen proudly brought the little flag home that was given to her. She loves a parade no matter how small!
Now Hubby is staining the deck, I'm finishing up some ironing. I have some chicken thawing which I will marinate and have a mixture of ingredients chilling in the frig to make ice cream later. I must sweep some floors then I guess I will head outside to give the picket fence a coat of white.
Holidays are made for working to the bone...correct??
Happy Memorial Day to all!