Out of the void…

Here are some things I did not do in the month of April:

  • Keep track of the library books we read.
  • Actually, go to the library that much.
  • Blog. (Well, except for my monthly post for the Hub.)
  • Pack anything in our house.
  • Catch up on laundry (yes, you can insert a laugh track here).
  • Re-organize the file cabinet (ditto).

Some things I did do, instead:

  • Attend the 2014 NC Literary Festival.
    Our Lego creation of Cinderella's carriage.

    Our Lego creation of Cinderella’s carriage.

    Hunt Library (my first time visiting!)

    Hunt Library (my first time visiting!)

    Three kids enthralled by the "book robots" at Hunt.

    Three kids enthralled by the “book robots” at Hunt.

  • Enjoy the redbuds during our last spring living in NC.

    Redbuds (yes, they look purple)

    Redbuds (yes, they look purple)

  • Share meals and catching up time with some friends and family members.
  • Celebrate Easter. (I have really cute pictures, but they are basically all of the kids. Instead, enjoy this version of the Widor Toccata that my husband arranged for organ and saxophone quartet: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dldzAgsQor0 )
  • Have a dog visit for a week.Angel
  • Visit the Life and Science Museum several times, and Marbles once.
  • Go hiking at Eno River State Park.
    Pretty view of the Eno River.

    Pretty view of the Eno River.

    Can you find the bridge in the picture?

    Can you find the bridge in the picture?

    Favorite activity of the day: stone throwing into the river.

    Favorite activity of the day: stone throwing into the river.

  • Finally see the movie Frozen.
  • Celebrate a 6th birthday.

    Another perk of living in NC: strawberries in season for an April birthday.

    Another perk of living in NC: strawberries in season for an April birthday.

  • Go to a Durham Bulls Game.

DBAPNot such a bad month.

 

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