Monday, June 24, 2013
It has been a month since we arrived in Maine. Many of you have asked me what happened to my blog. Well, I don't have a good a good excuse other than just too busy. We are enjoying the live in Maine as always. Girls still are being tutored by a wonderful teacher.. They love her. Weather has been really nice. Actually today is the first day I took off my sweater. Since we got here so early this year, we actually had a spring, a real one. I saw many spring flowers and leaves changing. Yes, leaves do change during the spring time. As always, first thing we did when came up here was to visit the nursery in Yarmouth, the only one we know of here. Since our summer has been cut short due to kids schedule, we are only buying herbs.. not veges. Still, it is always fun to shop at a nursery. And, since we were here early, we actually saw our tulips this year. What a treat. I have always loved tulips.. It is so brightly beautiful. There are something about those blooding hearts. They only grow in the North. We have bunch of them in our front yard.. I love to photography them. They are so beautiful yet sad at the same time. OK. The family. We still love Maine. Best decision we ever made when Alex and I got married was to get a place in Maine. After almost 10 years, we still love it here. And our kids have grown up and love it here as much as we do. To watch Allison grow up on this beach is amazing. She used to walk along the edge of the water and wouldn't dip her toes in there for all the candies in the world. And the horse-craps.. Kelly would always pick them up and set them free to a different spot. It is just fun to move them. I agree. And those rocks.. the place my kids have been exploring since they were little babies. Kids grow up quickly.. rocks still the same. How time flies. Well, good thing I love photography, and I have hundreds thousands pictures to document the process. Alex has convinced me if I had to give up one thing, better to give up Facebook and go back to blogging. So, I am giving it a try one more time. I may just need a little bit time to catch up.