This is how the doggy begs. Woof Woof!
I went to a class at JoAnns on how to make an animal scarf. I had a lot of fun cutting and decorating my new dragon scarf.
We even had a sleepover at Grandma Susieâ€™s house! Night Night. New Years eve is tomorrow! Better get my sleep now.
Our elves behaved all season and last night left us with a tree decorated with underwear. Oh boy!
Santa stuffed our stockings nice and full.
Up early and ready to open our gifts.
Grandma Susie came over and spent the day with us. I got cool hot wheels, some building toys, and lots of legos.
We enjoyed opening our gifts and then having a lazy day to play.
I even got a GoPro! I am looking forward to making lots of cool daredevil movies!
We spent the day just relaxing and crafting. We worked on our gingerbread houses.
Mom showed me how to apply icing to the roof and then I did it all on my own.
My house has zombie gingerbread men becauseâ€¦just because!
We dropped off some gifts for friends and I got to hold Range, my friendâ€™s snake.
We tracked Santa on NORAD throughout the day.
I practiced a few of my piano Christmas songs.
Cookies, carrots, milk, lego statues and our reindeer full of Christmas spirit await the bearded fellow.
TO all a goodnightâ€¦.
I tried my new bow out at archery class today. I love it and am going to get so strong learning to draw the heavier weight bow. I was fairly accurate at the 10 paces.
We toured the Dunedin Water Treatment plant that supplies all the potable water for the Dunedin residents. Small little machines inject the proper ratio of chemicals to the water to make it safe to drink.
The chemicals are stored in these HUGE containers.
They have 8 giant pumps to bring the water to the plant.
We got to see inside the filters. They use RO as well as a heavy filter system.
A giant room full of filters!
We got to check out ops as well. They have gauges on the meters and cal tell when there are issues around town or if someone is using too much water then can check for leaks. It was neat to see everything that goes into protecting our water supply.