I’ve got sunshine

It’s another beautiful day here in Central Iowa!  We’re still dealing with some flooding, but at least the rain has stopped coming every darn day.  Unfortunately, that happened a little too late for a lot of people, some of my family among them.  I’ve been adding pictures to my Flood of 2013 Pinterest board – the water levels are just amazing.  Even now that the constant rain has stopped, more or less, the rivers and creeks are still awfully high.  A lot of fields still have standing water in them.

But that’s not what this post is about.  My brain is currently being pulled in three different directions, so today’s post is going to be light and pretty.  That’s right, it’s another photo post!  After all, who doesn’t love pictures?

So that’s a brief look at what we’ve been up to lately – eating cake, playing in ketchup, and making faces (and writing like mad when I can find a few minutes of silence).  This weekend we leave for our first camping trip of the season and I’m looking forward to family togetherness and more camera fun.  And my Tomcat will be returning from two weeks with his dad, which will make it extra special.  So if I’m even more absent than normal in the coming days, zat’s why, my lovelies.  I promise to return with pictures a-plenty and perhaps even a fish tale or two!

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15 thoughts on “I’ve got sunshine

    • Kay Kauffman says:

      Thanks! I didn’t love cleaning it up, but at least this time I thought to get a picture of it before the bath, as opposed to the time he had fun playing in the Desitin while my back was turned. And at least it was easier to clean up than the Desitin. *sigh* It could be worse, right? Right? 😀


    • Kay Kauffman says:

      Thanks! Where did you hail from? Last year was our first time camping as a family and we camped up in northeast Iowa, near my husband’s old stomping grounds. We’re sticking a little bit closer to home for our first trip this year, but then it’s back to the north country for us. We’re going to try out Red Rock this year, too – we’ve been fishing there, but we haven’t stayed there before. It’s going to be a busy summer! 🙂


  1. Roger says:

    Great shots, and that’s what ketchup is for. It tastes vile so you might as well have some fun with it. I like to hide it in my daughter’s cereal.
    My daughter doesn’t like me very much at times.


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