The Sullivan cousins were together over the Labor Day weekend. We had them pause from their activities long enough to pose for the annual dock photo. The photo tradition started in 2008. The photos are below, beginning with 2016.
I have been busy taking photos during the past few weeks, but can’t seem to find enough time to download, edit, upload and post them. The weekend has been a complete rain-out, which has given me some time to process several images. Here are a few of my favorites. Some were taken in the backyard, others at my in-laws cabin. There is a Mother’s Day photo with the kids and a beautiful rainbow that we saw while having my birthday dinner. I love this time of year. So much growing, blooming and changing every day. Enjoy!
We were on vacation last week in Hayward, Wisconsin. Our week began on Saturday, July 4. It was a beautiful day and we were able to enjoy the fireworks from various cabins around the lake (see previous post).
Sunday was another gorgeous day. We spent most of our day outside in the sun, on the water and with nature all around us.
Monday was rainy and the better part of our day was spent playing games, reading and relaxing. Mike and the kids did venture into town during the afternoon to look at the shops and check out the candy store – it was packed! The weather cleared enough that Daphne and I went for a long walk.
Tuesday was cool, but sunny. A good day for mini golf and go-karts.
By the way, I took home the prize for low score. Woo hoo!
The weather continued to be nice for the remainder of our vacation. Perfect for boating, tubing and even water skiing.
Sebastian enjoyed his new passion – driving the boat. He recently completed online training and passed his boating exam. He is officially a licensed driver.
We found the local baseball field so that we could keep Sebastian in shape for his Little League season. I didn’t get any photos of him batting. I was too busy in the outfield getting the balls he hit, but Sophia did catch a few photos of Mike and I giving it a try.
Daphne did a lot of what she usually does – hang out with us and sleep.
We had a great vacation and appreciated our time together as a family. The break from work, activities, errands and constant business was so wonderful.
We took our annual family vacation photo on the stairs during our last evening of vacation.
And one final photo on departure day…
We can’t wait until next year!