It started early with school, really early so we could play. Michael, sorry to have missed you. Day four is sure to be the charm.
Twyla and boys met at our home at 9:30. We headed to Star Bright Glass in Hachinohe. That deserves its own post. I DID learn the way to Hachinohe...go out the subdivision, turns right and don't stop until the road T's. Relief to know how to get there without paying tolls. LOL We got home about 2:00 or so. In the midst of a dust storm. It was so bad, I couldn't see the lane next to me to turn into our subdivision. This is after it settled down. Usually you can see across the fields, to a Japanese neighborhood and mountains. Yes, I did hang laundry before we left home. ::snort::
At Stacia's prompting, we went to visit the ponies. This photo ears the "amusing site - Japan" label.
The day was gorgeous. Much more wind here than Hachinohe...but it WAS very warm (60's I'm guessing). Spring must be here.
Stacia quite happily pointed out the "bam boooo" or "baaaa boo"....
The Wind was WHISTLING and it was so fun to sit, while the boys made boats and the threw stones and watch the wind on the water, whist visiting with Arielle.
Farmer was quite concerned about Stacia's nose. He asked about it (and I understood what he meant). I pantomimed swinging and falling flat on her face. This made him laugh.
We headed to base for Jared and Arielle to be at Human Video Practice. (Michael, trying to get the video to load from yesterday).
The youngers and I ran to Stars and Stripes, the post office, the library and then crashed at Rick and Renee's. What a treat to have somewhere to crash when I'm in between events on base.
We received a box of books and an unexpected (to the kids) treat. Thanks, Beth.
I'd forgotten that Arielle LOVES Shells and White Cheddar. LOL
Living all of life before the face of God...