Paco Tommy in Wading Pool – Thurs. Aug. 13, 2015 (Posted Aug. 17, 2105)

Steve came to get the boys this morning for the trip home to Traverse City. I wanted to take a picture of them in the car, but both boys turned their heads. I think that they are tired of all this picture taking. So, I will post a photo of them having fun splashing in the wading pool last Thursday when Tony and Lucca were here.

Shannon brought Erin and the boys back from her house in Folsom about 5 yesterday afternoon. Earlier in the week Paco has been talking about going to the Chinese buffet, and we had agreed that we would go Sunday evening. But, Tommy didn’t want to go, so Erin suggested that I stay with him since I am not keen on Chinese food, though I do like the buffet. So, Clark, Erin, and Paco had an outing which Clark said was fun. Paco is beginning to understand Clark’s humor.

Steve said that Pebble Beach doesn’t seem to be too affected by the drought. He said that the display of wealth at the Concours d’Elegance was amazing. It wasn’t just the cars. Private jets were lined up to take off when the event was over.

I imagine the boys will sleep well on the plane. They were up late last night playing with their video games. They don’t start school until after Labor Day. Tommy will be in 1st grade in the school right across the street from their house, but Paco will enter 6th grade in a middle school which will require a half hour bus ride.

Barbara

One thought on “Paco Tommy in Wading Pool – Thurs. Aug. 13, 2015 (Posted Aug. 17, 2105)

  1. Barbara Chase August 17, 2015 at 13:01 Reply

    Nice picture of the boys. They are probably sorry to leave all the fun. Good that Paco has figured out Clark’s sense of humor. That was one thing I enjoyed about Middle School students was their sense of humor. Too bad Paco goes so far to his school. The Middle School I taught in is now back to a K-8 school. People seem to be able to figure out the drought. We noticed that Santa Barbara (we were there for Andrew Sheaff’s wedding) still looked good and where there were lawns there were signs about using recycled water. But most gardens were using drought resistant plants and had eliminated lawns.
    Friday we had a big thunder and lightning storm and a heavy rainstorm which we were very glad for. Lightning is very rare here.

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