August. The last month of summer. This was a month off for me and it was a time to be refreshed. The month started with a trek to upstate New York for a week at the lake with Lyndon’s family. It was a week filled no schedule, enjoying the water, fishing, and family being together. After the lake we headed up to Canada for a project that Lyndon is working on currently. Myla and I explored the town and made our way to the edge of Lake Ontario. On our way out we stopped at Niagara Falls on the Canada side. I have never been even after all these year of being married to someone who is from upstate New York. We came home and celebrated Myla turning five. I love the little girl who she is and becoming. August for me has been nesting. Nesting has me making list, ordering diapers when on sale, and organizing anything I can think of! We also attended the Lititz air show and got to see a B-17 Bomber. This air plane is the one that my grandfather flew in WWII. The plane huge and what a responsibility he had as the pilot. The picture from the first day of Pre-K makes me laugh. It’s only appropriate to see the teacher’s feet in background as she had to let us in as I was late the first day for drop off! And I will never say this our last remodeling project. This summer a new roof has been put on and the front porch torn off this month and a new one was built. The joys of owning an old home never seem to end! Weaver’s storytime in the orchard came to end last week with apple picking as the theme. We new there was a chance of rain and Myla was still up for the adventure. It poured! We did get wet and made a fun memory together. ENJOY!!!