Project 365: Week 27

by Wendy Copley on July 8, 2009

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July 2, 2009: Wyatt instructs Augie in proper keyboard banging technique. We keep this old keyboard around in hopes that it will distract August when he wants to rip the keys off our laptops. It hasn’t worked yet.

184/365

July 3, 2009: Augie has a new love of veggie sticks. I bought a big bag at Costco without fully reading the nutrition information on the bag so I didn’t realize that these are basically just green and orange potato chips. If the baby had his way, he would eat these for breakfast lunch and dinner.

185/365

July 4, 2009:  We had a 4th of July bbq! It was kind of thrown together last minute, so I didn’t think a lot of people would be able to come, but the turn-out was really great. At one point, Zach broke out his guitar to play “Country Boy Will Survive” and one of our young friends was sweetly enthralled.

186/365

July 5, 2009: This is what my freezer looks like. The baskets were meant to organize it, and I suppose they help a little, but I still don’t remember most of what’s in there.

187/365

July 6, 2009: Monday the boys and I drove up to Fairfield and did the tour at the Jelly Belly factory. The tour was free, but we had to wait in line for over an hour. We all had to wear these silly paper hats for the tour — even Augie! Afterwards we got lunch at their cafe and Wyatt had a pizza shaped like a jelly bean. Cute.

188/365

July 7, 2009: While we were at the candy factory, the city came and tore up the entrance to our driveway. They dug a two feet deep hole and then left. They came back 3 or 4 times each on Tuesday and Wednesday, including this time when they sawed away more of our driveway. They only stay for 10 or 15 minutes each time. When they leave, it’s really hard to tell what they’ve done (besides waking the baby up from his nap). We think they’re fixing some broken pieces of curb, but I’m not sure. I’m going to ask tomorrow.

189/365

July 8, 2009: Augie likes raspberries.

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  • Lisa G

    honey, u seriously need a deep freeze!

  • Ha! We have one! That's just the stuff we keep upstairs and use regularly.

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  • Stephanie

    So depressed. Ichiban online store closed. Have no idea where to buy those cute bento accessories now.

  • Karol

    Are you sure you did not sneak in my house and take a picture of my freezer? I do have an old upright deep freezer also, but that could be the top of my fridge easily. Except no popcicles. You have to have those in my section of the Deep South. The raspberry picture is priceless. I laughed out loud. My sister left Stellabella with my mom for the first time since returning from China. Needless to say, great fun was had by all. Especially for KK ( that would be me!).

  • Karol

    Are you sure you did not sneak in my house and take a picture of my freezer? I do have an old upright deep freezer also, but that could be the top of my fridge easily. Except no popcicles. You have to have those in my section of the Deep South. The raspberry picture is priceless. I laughed out loud. My sister left Stellabella with my mom for the first time since returning from China. Needless to say, great fun was had by all. Especially for KK ( that would be me!).

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