Since Clyde was working downtown, he was able to take his lunch break with us at swimming lessons.
She started off excited to go off...
But ended up thinking twice about it. A lifeguard finally had to throw her off. I thought for sure she'd be the first one to go off.
Flirting with the life guard. ;)
Rowyn loved the diving board.
They wrapped up lessons on Thursday by going down the slide.
Everyone had a great time.
The weather was beautiful for all but one day.
The kids decided they want to take lessons at Sutton Pool again next year.
We went to Camdyn's soccer game.
Where she was a scoring machine...eight goals!
Riley's softball team also had a tournament. I missed most of the games, but was able to see her crank on one ball for her second triple of the day. She also had a double and a hand full of singles. Her team had a bad inning the first game that cost them the win and again in their third game. They had a good time though and it's great experience for them...especially the girls who are playing for the first time this season.
After the tournament, we went to Champps for dinner. It was the first time just the six of us have been out to eat in a long time.
The rest of the week...not so great.
The patio table lost to a gust of wind and the umbrella. Thankfully, no one was injured.
Camdyn and Cooper were scratched and bitten by a dog. The moron owner (who claims not to be the owner) didn't have any information on whether it has had shots or not. The dog isn't vicious, just not trained...we blame the owner who left the dog run lose half the time. Twice I found it eating a glass bottle in their front yard. They're completely oblivious. The kids were put on antibiotics while we waited to hear from the police on the shot record.
They called today and the dog has not had it's rabies shot. Ugh.
But...that wasn't even the worst part of the week.
My dad, who was just fishing with the kids a few days earlier, had another heart attack. We think it was number five, but honestly have lost track. While getting yet another stent put in, they found that he has a major artery to his brain that is 99% occluded. So he is at high risk for a stroke. Throw in a few clogged carotids and he's a medical nightmare.
He is home from the hospital now, but is far from out of the woods.
I have this sign hanging in my living room.
It is my motto this week.
Everything IS gonna be okay.