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Did you watch the live announcement for the Emmy Nominations? If not here it is…
I didn’t think there were too many surprises with the announcement. Sadly I have only watched a few of the shows. I think I may be the only one in the world that hasn’t seen Orange is the New Black yet. I have a lot of catching up to do.
I hope this award show is better than that last award show…
Are you looking for something good to read? I wrote this summer reading suggestions post for my local Patch.
We had so much fun over the 4th of July weekend. We had three of our granddaughters. We had a block party and the girls were able to not only ride ponies but they learned a lot about them too. Morgan and Avery were so excited. Little Peyton decided not to ride the pony. She asked them if they had one small like a dog. She found a zebra just her size.
The block party was really nice, good food, music, neighbors and fun.
This weekend is boy’s weekend. I thought they might like to go to the blueberry festival with me. NOT.
While little Peyton was here she walked around singing something about wiggling and butts. I thought it was kind of cute. The boys performed the whole song for us and while I was stunned I could not help cracking up. Have you heard Jason Derulo’s song Wiggle? Am I nuts or is this hysterical?
We have had the craziest storms this week. I always seem to be driving when they happen. I saw trash cans and tree limbs flying through the air, transformers on fire and trees fall. It was so frightening I cannot even imagine what it is like to live in fear of tornadoes.
Honestly the past few weeks I have felt almost guilty enjoying the kids and the pets so much. The story of the baby whose father left him in the car is just sucking the joy out of me. I have two facebook friends that lost or have friends that lost small children in accidental drowning. Then there are all of those poor children from South America to worry about. I don’t even know who to be angry at for that one other than everyone, except the children.
Have a blessed weekend,