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All good things must come to an end... like the sun!

I think it is official... Summer has ended.
This week we have seen our first (of many to come) wind storms and the temperatures have surely dropped. I guess I should also add that we have also seen what else a lot of rain!!!!

This weekend as a family we closed out summer with a bang. We spent a long weekend in Disneyland!

Of course as I got home I was anxious to download all of the GREAT photos and when I did that I came across some other fun photos so I wanted to share some of our summer fun activities...

Of course we should start with our DISNEYLAND ADVENTURE... And yes I wore the ears - Anything to for my son!



Auntie showing off her popcorn catching skills...

WE MISS BEN AND DREW! Mason talks about them often.
This is a picture of their last day with us.


SUN LAKES WITH THE FAMILY!

A FUN DAY AT THE BEACH

We surely enjoyed the sun and hope you did while it lasted...

Onto a new seaon...

Comments

Johanna Jane said…
Lol!! Love the pictures! Such a fun trip, so happy you shared the adventure!! Xoxo

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