Tuesday, July 5, 2011

After The Fun On The Fourth!


The girls left this afternoon.
Mr. Flea and I were sad to see them go...
...so sweet, so much fun.



From fashion shows in vintage hats...



...to water gun fights, bubble blowing and hula hoop contests...


...every last moment in the sun with these three
 sweethearts was a gift.


We were blessed with beautiful weather for swimming, sailing,
 kayaking and making sand castles...



...and for getting reacquainted with old friends from last summer.
8 years old this year!


Even Mr. Flea and his best friend, The Oar Master
 got to have some fun!



It was a Fourth of July holiday to remember!

I think we say that every year!
:)

I hope your holiday celebrations were filled with fun too!
Thank you for all your kind comments!

Tomorrow, I will tell you more about my little booth space at Schoolhouse Treasures
and....I promise...
the 700th post give-back is just around the corner!
:)

20 comments:

Sandi said...

What beautiful sweeties you have there!! They are just adorable!! My 4 year old granddaughter loves to play dress up too! Love those vintage hats they are wearing!
Blessings~

Kim @ Savvy Southern Style said...

What precious girls. Love the hula hoop shots.

Jamie said...

They are so adorable

AshTreeCottage said...

What precious little girls! I wish I could have seen that hula hoop contest!!

Hugs,
Susan and Bentley

Dee@FrenchBleuVintage said...

Great photos of a great Holiday, but then, you had some fantastic subject matter. You are truly blessed. Love those vintage hats.

Glenda/MidSouth said...

So cute! Bet ya'll had a lot of fun. :D

Sweet Young Journey said...

What adorable little faces! Happy to hear you had a wonderful Fourth!
xo Cheryl

Sarah said...

What adorable little girls. Those sweet smiles say it all!

Lynn Richards said...

Looks like it was the most perfect of days...all seen through the eyes of some beautiful girls!
xo
lynn

Laurie said...

What a great 4th! The girls are so cute and look like they had a great time!!!

Auntie Del's Garden said...

The pics of your girls are just adorable...the vintage hats, the hula hoops, and swimming at the lake. So glad that you all enjoyed a wonderful weekend together with family & friends. The girls remind me of my nieces when they were younger...now they are 14 & 17. Time flies so fast.

Jane said...

What darlings :) Loved the vintage hat 'show'!!

manon 21 said...

De bien jolies petites filles,ton lac me fait toujours autant envie....
Continue de profiter de tes vacances.

Amitiés

Manon

Paula Parrish said...

Wonderful glimpses into a very happy and successful 4th of July celebration. Thanks for sharing all of your precious photos with us in blogland.
Smiles, Paula

Susie~From My Home To Yours said...

What little sweetie pies! Girls are just too much fun. So glad you had a wonderful holiday....looking forward to pics of your new adventure!
Blessings,
Susie

PJ | Home and Garden Decor said...

How could your 4th of July not have been a great holiday for you with such precious sweethearts being around.
The picture of Mr Flea in his kayak reminds me again of something we had planned for a time - to go on a kayak paddle trip. If we just could find the time.
Best Wishes
Paula Jo

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-Jessica & Holly

It's me said...

What a sweet girls....enjoy summer darling...love Ria...xxx..

outjunking said...

The holiday spent with little kids or so much fun. My boys are all grown still fun, but not the same.
Looks like fun,
Lisa

Brambleberry Cottage said...

The girls looked so adorable, all decked out in their red, white, and blue! I'm sure you WERE sad to see them go. I feel that way each time my little granddaughter comes to visit and then goes home. Hubby says I go through withdrawal. lol

So glad the holiday was a special one for you.

Blessings,
Liz @ the Brambleberry Cottage
http://thebrambleberrycottage.blogspot.com/