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Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Wordless Wednesday: Water Park Country Style~

We have been soooooo busy this week with Vacation Bible School for all three of us girls, volleyball camp for Tink, and trying to keep up with life in general.

Here's a cute group of pics showing how country girls can make their own fun.  I put the sprinkler in the middle of the yard, but Tink and Bear had other, better ideas.  They even had a real water slide, but I missed those pics.

Hope it cools off for all of us soon!  We need a break from the heat; although you really can almost hear the corn growing out in the fields!





And I can't leave out my four-legged girl!

"MOM!  You said you were going to walk with me this week!"

"I know, Sadie, but I just can't get out of bed at 5:30.  Hang in there. We will hit it Saturday morning, bright and early (which is 6:30-7:00-ish to my thinking)."
Have a great day out there!

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14 comments:

  1. That's the way country girls do it. So Cool

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  2. Creative girls! Nothing better than a sprinkler on a hot day.

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  3. oh i love the water sprinkler fun!!! so sweet!

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  4. such a great idea!

    Hot again here today. It was supposed to storm and cool off. But it hasn't yet, so I"m sitting here reading blogs in my underwear. :)

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  5. Great idea! I need to dig out our slip 'n' slide this week, it's going to get warm here, too.

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  6. We do a similar country style water park with a garden hose on a swing set slide. Fun times. thanks for linking up today for WW!

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  7. Doesn't that look like fun!!! :-) We have a slope south of the house, so a couple years we've laid out a long strip of polyurethane sheeting, laid a water hose at the top, and it makes a great water slide. (although not so fun if you don't get any thistles or rocks off the grass first) :-)

    Keep barking, Sadie. She'll eventually get up and take you for that walk. ;-)

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  8. My kids have done something similar!

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  9. Now that's what I'm talking about!

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  10. Hahaha, looks like fun! We used to put a slip 'n' slide (or a baby pool) at the bottom of our slide and run the hose down it. Boy does that get fast!

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  11. Love your blog! its so cute!! I am your newest follower!! Here is my blog also if you would like to follow me back. I am new to this, but I am excited to share my ideas on the love of food.. Also I will be giving away free stuff like my mineral make-up line. so take a look.. And watch out for it. :)
    -Brooke
    For-The-Luv-Of.blogspot.com

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