The kids decided to build a city out of blocks today.
It includes a teleport station and an individual pod transport system hub. (Colin has been brain storming this idea of pods in tunnels, connecting every house and workplace in the world for a few days now). And of course, houses and art sculptures
My old iPhone had volume buttons that didn’t work, and a battery that died really fast.
Not anymore! Laura disassembled the phone, replaced the broken parts, and installed a new battery. And it worked again!
Thankfully when he told me what he wanted to create I had a good idea what it was. One wall is labeled Space Pod. The other is Space Station.
Maybe he’ll work on a space elevator next.
A picture of Laura and me on our way back from camp.
Colin was excited to go swimming in our friends small swimming pool. He was even more impressed when he found out it has bubbles!
MacDougall found a cicada on the lawn. They make the best toy. They wiggle and buzz and jump when you poke at them.
Colin and Zachary are back together again. These two play so well together.
Laura won the title of Jr Jr Honor Kamper at Kamp this term at Kamp. This recognizes her as the single person in her age group (10 and under) who best represents the giving of self, camp spirit, and fair treatment of others that is promoted at the camp.
Here she is with the Sr Honor Kamper for the term.
On Friday I arrived at camp to pick up Laura. She showed me her gymnastics, riding, and arts and crafts.
Following a long shower for her at my hotel and supper out together I was treated to the sing song and blanket award ceremony (best team at camp). Lauras team didn’t win this year.
She also had the honor of being a big sister for another girl in her tribe/team. Yet she was still young enough to have a big sister assigned to her too. They had a little team family of three sisters.