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A Day In The Life

Scott had to work today so it was just Meadow and I for breakfast. We have been putting Meadow to bed later which makes us stay up later and then everybody sleeps in in the morning. We ate breakfast fast to make it to the farmers market.

I accidentally brought a camera without a memory card. Oops. After  Meadow and I biked to the farmers market we went up to North Mississippi Regional Park. I wanted to scope out the area for Meadow's birthday party coming up. I let Meadow play on the playground before we headed home.

It's nice to see more things available at the market. 

That whole work thing didn't work out. It was too dang cloudy for my blue sky loving client. 

I picked up a fishing pole to go with my Wisconsin fishing license. Maybe I'll catch a fish before the end of the summer.

While Meadow napped I got to working on her birthday invites. Scott thought I was making tombstones.

That would've been quite morbid. I think these are popsicles.

Then we fixed our lights over our backyard. This looks so much better than having them draped in the branches. 

It could use a few more strands of lights.

We have been getting a lot more strawberries this year.

They have gotten a bit tart as the seasons progressed.

She's always running away from us.

I caught up to her as she made it to the front stairs.

Since I was at home and not at my shoot I made ropa vieja (with venison) with black beans and plantains maduros.

We thought Meadow would have loved this meal, but she only ate the rice and a few beans.

Actually all of the beans. I think she gets disappointed when she finds out the plantains aren't bananas.

We ended the night playing some croquet with the neighbor kids. One of them was moving away so I caved in for a few rounds.

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