HAPPY FATHER'S DAY!!!!
That card was written by my three year-old daughter, Peach Pie. That girl is so amazing! She said to me eight or more months ago "Mommy it's time for me to learn my letters." Okkkaaayyy. Hmmmm. Not sure how to teach them to you! After months and months of her asking I finally thought "Hey, why don't I pray about this?" and found some good answers that have worked great for her. Including a little dry erase tracing book and she is now a self-taught writer and alphabet pro. She can recognize all the letters, she knows them capital and lower case, she's got all the sounds down and she is even sounding out words. I don't need to brag any more---I'll end it here by saying WOW do I have a little smarty on my hands! She is such a joy!
For Father's Day, we went over to my parent's house on Saturday for time honored BBQ style food that was, DELICIOUS. After dinner, we sat out in the back yard and chit chatted for a few hours and had a great time! My children were invited to a very fancy Toy Story birthday party earlier in the day where the activities included decorating sheriff hats. Charity brought hers and when my Dad put it on I just laughed my head off.
It wasn't so much the purple feather or the fuzzy glued on balls or foam flowers. It was a reminder of William Holden in one of my TOP 5 favorite movies, Stalag 17. I just hope anyone reading this who hasn't seen that movie will do it---it is fantastic! It's about American and Brittish POW's in WWII and it is very entertaining and pretty much perfect! Anyway-in the end, Bill Holden's character is sneaking out of the camp with a hidden soldier the nazi's wanted to put on trial for blowing up a supply train. When he gets the bag of civilian clothes, he pulls this Swiss looking hat out (that looks like this little brown sheriff hat and even has a feather in near the same spot) puts it on and says "I'll look pretty stupid yodeling my way across the Alps in this!" When I told my Dad he resembled that scene he laughed a lot too.