Key Lime Pie's red really shows in the sun!
She's really happy about the color
and has been told it helps make her eyes "pop!"
Lollipop went dark red at first.
She wasn't as excited about it until she added the blonde highlights
(which took a couple of hours to do).
She looks gorgeous!
We also decided to go to the Air Force Museum in Dayton, Ohio. It was a fun day trip! And Scott even took a day off work to go with us - which made it more fun! Lollipop wants to be a pilot when she grows up so she was really impressed with all the airplanes we saw. Of course we took LOTS of pictures.
I DEFINITELY would not have been brave enough to fly in one of the first airplanes.
I don't know how anyone was brave enough to do so....
Scott loved the Stealth Bomber. It was pretty impressive.
There is something for EVERYONE at an Air Museum...
This is the display of the U.S. Air Force Song....
"Off we go, into the wild, blue yonder..."
Key Lime Pie was excited that there were TWO violins in the museum....
See? Something for everyone!
We had to get a picture of Lollipop with other female pilots....
Someday her photo will be in the museum!
Kotten Kandy just finished reading "The Seamstress."
The Holocaust part of the museum was very meaningful to her.
The NASA part of the museum was my personal favorite.
When I was 12 I wanted to be an astronaut.
Here we ALL are as astronauts:
Mission Specialist Sundy
Flight Engineer Key Lime Pie
Payload Commander Kotten Kandy
Friday night was Bunco night. It was my turn to host the event. I wanted to get pictures of us actually playing Bunco and all of the women who came - but I forgot. I did get pictures afterwards of the four teenagers who joined us! I LOVE these kids! They laughed and made us all feel more youthful and happy! I'm blessed to have these four young people in my life!
Key Lime Pie, Asparagus, and Kotten Kandy
Key Lime Pie, Lollipop and Scott
Crazy, wonderful kids!