saturday in the park

So glad we put off chores to go to the park yesterday afternoon.
Look what fun we had...
Started the evening off with a little boccie ball. I think we have a future player on our hands.
future boccie champ

We ate. Mmm, hummus, sticks and frogs-- wait, WAH?
hummus face

stick girl

froggie boy
(no frogs were harmed in the making of this photograph)

Once our tummies were full (of real food) we went and played on the swings.
(look at that magicly hour light- this is straight out of the camera! awesome.)

Wait, do you hear that? It's the ice cream truck!!!!
just chillin
(awesome ice cream truck name and the drivers were cool cats too)
Ice cream guys

Uncle James was buying so we were all in, It's-It all around
ice cream crew


Summer sure does taste good!
its-it eater

taste of summer


  1. love, love, LOVE this post! It embodies "happy summer"!


  2. A perfect day in the park!

  3. I love your photography! These really capture summer. Your little one cracks me up.

    Oh and I bought my Holga off of http://www.freestylephoto.biz/

    Every Holga is different, so if you get one with light leaks you can always tape it up.. unless you dig that. I buy 120 slide film and then cross process it in the C41 chemistry. (The lab you take it to will understand those instructions.)

  4. it all looks good. Even the frog. Yum!

  5. it's-it!!!! yum! one of my faves. that is the rockinest ice cream truck i've seen. i'll hope to meet up with it soon...

  6. i'd buy ice cream from those ice cream boys any day! whoooo!

  7. Oh, these pictures are so great! The lighting was perfect! We are big boccie ball fans! Totally dig the ice cream truck!

  8. love the ice cream truck. I am glad no frogs were harmed. : )

  9. Oohh *LOVE* the pictures! I'm so happy to see Mr O is ready for boccie balls :)
    .. Can you as to that Ice Cream trunk to make a stop in Miami?? We always need ice cream here ;)

    Thnaks for you comment in my blog :) YOU'RE SO SWEET :)

  10. OH happy summer days! And Its Its too! Your little guy is TOO adorable...

  11. Love your tastes of summer, frogs included ... we eat them fried over here, or we used to, at least! It's a traditional dish from when frogs used to be abundant in the rice growing areas in Northern Italy. Nowadays because of pesticides there are no more frogs, either fried or in the wild.


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