71 Days

What I did during my summer vacation…

Day 30: Six Days in Wordy Mathematics

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Day 1: 62 miles to  Car Dealership + 2 hours in wi-fied waiting room = 0 procrastination and my engine light is off for the 1st time in 2 years.

Day 21 Costa Rican Uncle and Spanish Teacher Aunt + Hummus + Salsa = July 4th melting pot with friends, family and food

Day 3: Ebay sale of + $30 trumpet mute = 10 bucks and Less Clutter – yippee

Day 4: 5 kids and 3 adults on family boat ride + 783,221 freckles + shell search = 3 Blistering sunburns + 1 cut toe + 1 hermit crab friend Joey.

Day 5: 2 kayaks + 1 perot + 8 kids + (1 16′ sailboat – exterior plug)  + 7 adults = (1 short sail + 500 gallons of water) + 30 soar arms + 293,129 new freckles

Day 6: 1 Golf Cart ride +  Vacation Bible School Day 1 =  Stand Strong with 6 busy kids on my crew

Brevity is my theme for this entry, along with some pictures from the last six days. Summer is zipping by, but we’re having a great time making memories.

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