Kira had to use “procrastination,” “oblivious,” and “benevolent” for her English class.
Leah participated in her first (practice) gymnastics meet with her team at Olympiad Gymnastics in Newport this past weekend. She did great! She’s the tall one in the center.
Kira and Leah were off school on Monday so they worked in their dad’s office to make some spending money. Here, Kira helps organize things in a cabinet in the lab.
Kira and Leah enjoyed folding laundry at their grandmom Joy’s house.
Leah and and her dad Dr Mike enjoyed collecting rocks near their house, which Leah made into her rock project. Leah’s project was displayed along with the projects of the other third grade students at Mount Pleasant Elementary School at the “Rock Museum.”
Here is Leah with her teacher Mrs. Moore proudly showing her project. Way to go Leah! Your project rocks!
I read an interesting New York Times article on an 18-foot oarfish, which washed up on the California shoreline recently. These mysterious creatures were described as “sea monsters” years ago and have no known predators.
I saw this in the Huffington Post. It is a heartwarming story that also involves a heartbreak.