Trevor and his family decided to come up for the weekend and it's suprising what we were able to fit in even with all the rain. I took Ian and Alex to Burgers Etc for a fresh strawberry shakes. Really, is there a more delicious combination that strawberries and ice-cream?! The boys didn't seem to think so! Tricia and I also played with them in the backyard playing croquet and jumping on the trampoline. Well, I didn't jump, but I got some great pictures. Then just before dark the weather finally cleared up long enough for us to go to Chris's house to roast marshmellows and make "snores," or at least that's what Ian called them. How cute is that?!
I grew up in a little town with just under 10,000 people. I like the sense of community and family. Not at first though. Like most teenagers I couldn't wait to get out of here. And I did. I went to college and then university. I studied lots of different material and mets lots of different people. I had some really awesome experiences and some rather trying ones too. It was during those difficult times that I found who my real friends were so I like to stick with them. Once a friend; always a friend.