Sunday, September 21, 2008

A date with Papa and Nana

As I mentioned in my last post, we had a great time at the Corn Maze on Friday night. It was so much fun to run around the labyrinth of trails and finding each marker (even though it was so twisty and turny that we actually did think we lost our direction once or twice).

Robert enjoyed himself thoroughly, it was a great adventure with Nana (Papa stayed behind because his knee was REALLY sore).

Here are some great pics from the evening.

What a beautiful sight, there was even a John Deere tractor plowing the fields in the background. Can you get more Albertan than that?

This is my favorite pic, it was such a beautiful evening and when we were through the maze the kids were READY for bed. They slept really well that night.

I love this pic too. Rob and Robert were having a race (against themselves). If you look closely, Robert is giggling uncontrollably. You know that excited and scared feeling, the one where you think that you just might pee yourself? Yeah, that's what I think he was feeling!

Check out a close up!

Finally, the pic that always melts my heart, Daddy and Reese kissing. It's the sweetest thing seeing how much she soften her Daddy. He just smiles differently at her -she is the "other" lady in his life! I love it!

Anyhow, that's our adventure. I am going to end this one with a BIG "shout out" to my parents. They came to the corn maze with us, after having celebrated their 37th wedding anniversary. It's crazy to think that they have been happily married to each for that long -AND they are still crazy about one another.

I am proud to have such a loving example of a marriage in my life. I love you Dad and Mom!

Enjoy your week. I know that I will be enjoying every moment of laying a stone patio in my backyard (YIPPEEEEE!!)


1 comment:

Stephanie Joanna said...

beautiful photos Camille! I finally had time to sit down and play with my Crop Suey kit tonight. Love the kit you put together! You can see the page I made using it here:

Have a great week!