The NCAA tournament came to Boise this year and Eric was given some tickets so we went to a few games. It was a lot of fun! I'm not a big football fan but I enjoy a game of basketball. Ami had Birch (it was a Thursday) so it was a treat to have a date during the daytime. And all the teams I had chosen in my bracket won so extra plus!!
That morning the kids had gotten their Easter baskets.
I searched the surface a few times over the next day or two, but finally realized I was going to have to take my flowers out to find the ring. It was hard. Taking out those flowers was so disappointing! B was with me for support; I asked him to say a prayer that I would find my ring and after taking out almost all the soil there it was. My flowers didn't go back in as orderly as before, but the planter turned out alright.
After encouragement from me to keep trying, he sipped through his sobs and was finally able to taste the smoothie. Not sure what the problem had been, but was glad he had gotten through it ;)
I helped chaperone Aspen's fourth grade Rendevous, which was held at a middle school. The kids did all sorts of pioneer type activities, and learned about Idaho history. Here she is with her friends Araleigh and Carmen.
After being in the mountains I was so eager to get Jones groomed! His fur was pretty matted and I don't know how long it had been since his last grooming. B and I stayed for a bit and watched as he was getting his haircut, but when we came and picked him up he looked like a completely different dog! He's a pretty boy.
He follows me around EVERYwhere I go. And when I try to play fetch with him he runs like crazy for the ball, then drops it every time on his way back! And leaves it there. Makes me laugh.