I mentioned we were in Sequim last weekend, but I’ve been too busy to say much about our trip until now.
After abandoning my car in a parking lot, we walked onto the ferry at the next pier. Someone above us was feeding the seagulls so they were flocking to our window.
Normally I would refrain from posting a picture of myself, but Steve was making faces in the ones I took of him.
Did you see that white box in front of me? This is what was inside:
It was heavy, and a pain in the rear to lug around without a car, but it was delicious and I’m glad we did. Dad’s birthday was earlier in the month, and it was actually closer to Mom’s by the time we got there with the cake, but Steve had come up with the plane idea earlier and it was fun to do.
We played a lot of Monopoly Deal, while eating cake and popsicles. I mean, A LOT. Hours at a time. And we enjoyed (almost) every minute of it. Games are great that way.
Sunday afternoon Becky’s family came over and we had fun with the kids.
We also played more Monopoly. Lots of Monopoly happened.
Maybe thats why my eyes look like they’re popping out of my head.
Umm… you should look at these pictures of my niece and nephews instead. They are adorable and we had lots of fun.
Yeah, I married into a cute family. I’ll admit it.