Project Snapshot - April 2019

Each month, Project Snapshot captures memories from the past weeks - either with a camera, words, or both.  

Time passes in the blink of an eye - see which treasured memory will join the year's collection for this month:

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My Snapshots

What have we been up to this past month? Take a look and see:

Not super-exciting, but just an example of the silliness that goes along with everyday errands in our family. While I'm over on aisle 7 of JoAnn's searching for the appropriately-priced options to direct Gv to when choosing her birthday gift for a friend (an example of something we do that I referenced in this post), I hear these two loons giggling about something and turn to see what they were up to.

I have no idea what G was doing here -- hiding behind her for the photo? Getting ready to add bunny ears? You can never tell, with that one...

There's a local event that we've attended for years (except for last year, when we got the car parked and discovered a tornado was literally coming down the main road, straight towards us!) that we love because it's FREE and includes about a zillion samples from local restaurants, also for FREE!

These aren't your run-of-the mill warehouse club samples, either. Nosireebob, we're talking entire pulled-pork sandwiches, hamburgers, heaping plates of seafood's insane how much free food we load up on at this thing.

It started off in a closer-to-home India Cultural Center building, then changed locations over the years until landing this year at the "big city's" NFL stadium.

Even though I'd been to the stadium for games in years past, neither of the Gs had, so that was fun. But even I had never been able to go down and run all over the field, which this photo of Gv and I records!

(And, just in case you were wondering, despite the fact that we made this event our lunch and dinner, we were so stuffed and took so much food home that we all ate for three days afterwards!!)

Gv's first year as a Cloverbud in 4-H is drawing to a close and one of the requirements that even the wee folk have to complete is a presentation in front of the entire club meeting.

I was super-excited that it worked out for me to be there, because G always takes her to the meetings while I'm at work at the rink but a huge hockey tournament meant that I actually got to go see her present, too!

She did a great job -- you could barely hear her tiny little voice (so hilarious, since she is so loud right now playing on the porch!), but she did it with a smile and didn't cry (apparently that happens to most first-timers) and now she's all set to submit her yearly project to the county to be judged.

This little bunny was excited to meet Grammy and Papa for lunch on Easter. It was a beautiful day and we spent forever just rocking on the restaurant's front porch!

"April's lonely"

"....ummm, I don't think so, but you go ahead and keep her company, m-kay?"

Look at that poor, tolerant dog's expression. Does she look lonely to you?

And just like that, the month is pretty much over! I wonder what wonderful memories next month will bring?

What were your favorite memories from this past month?  I'd love to hear!  Either leave a comment below or email me at lisahealy (at) outlook (dot) com.

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