Today it has been really strange weather. The was a tornado about 20 miles from here. The sirens went off three times, but there was barely even a sprinkle. The sirens stopped sometime ago, but it is now raining in sheets. There is standing water everywhere, which I suppose isn't so bad since much of our grass is a not so lovely khaki color. Anyway, I was in the kitchen fixing the 7,643rd bottle I have made in my lifetime when Sophie came up to me and asked if the Angels were using the hose again. LOL! I said something to that effect last summer I think. Rain is when the angels forget to turn off the hose and the thunder is when they are trying to carry too many watermelons or other crops and drop some because their hands are so full. I know, that's the best I could come up with at the time. Gimme a break, I've been sleep deprived for the last 5 years straight!
I thought it was very cute how matter-of-factly she asked and quickly assumed it was true. It also reinforces the fact that our little ones are listening to our every words. Whether they are right or wrong, they listen and eventually they will repeat them.
The girls' stage debut
My good friend and I have been taking our kids to different shows that the county libraries put on during the summer. This week was called Wendy's Wiggle Jiggle and Jam. Can I get ah Whoop! Whoop!
The lady sings and plays guitar and has the little ones taking turns upstage being involved. Sophie and her friend got to go up first and shake their maracas. Audri ended up going last when everyone who hadn't gotten picked yet got to go up. The poor thing. She was a bit nervous to say the least. Everyone was just wagglin' their little fingers away, but not Audri. She was playing the violin on her face! Watch and see.