Thursday, December 15, 2016

Moose Cookie Cutters, AA's Moon Phase Project and more Odds!

This past week has flown by. Monday was smoked pork and finishing AA's school moon phase project along with her horse riding lesson. 
Tuesday, Ford and AA went to Eagle Harbor and played nine holes, we thought it was to rain on Tuesday and Wednesday but had very few scattered showers and a nice mild temperature. Wednesday was the River House Christmas party and dinner from Hilltop. The food and weather was great!

Thursday was the last full day of school until vacation and again, they played nine holes at Eagle Harbor with AA's new hybrid club. She liked it and was striking the ball very well. She received her grade on her moon phase project - 20 of 20! Perfect!!
Friday was early dismissal and brunch. The kids exchanged a favorite book and then Ford whisked her away to Ormond Beach Plantation Bay Prestwick course, a practice round for Sunday's NFJG tournament. Two difficult Par 5's start the nine holes she will play.
I posted this on Facebook: On a lighter note, how many moose cookie cutters does one need?
Cathy Perry (home State of Maine!) said she didn't have one so I am giving her one when we see her at the River House this Monday (cooking hotdogs!). I actually found one more, so have FIVE!!
Ideas from: Dawn Minney You could paint a couple and make ornaments out of them. Some of them have super skinny legs which wouldn't be easy to remove dough from.
Deborah Lynn Felts Yeah! Get some Christmas washi tape to go around them, and a little ribbon...they'd be really cute!
Next, we began to receive thank you's from family we sent Maine L.L. Bean whoopie pies to as a family gift (siblings: Ben, Bill, Tiffany and Mia). Tiffany sent us this photo - so cute!
Bill and Joan sent this photo of the variety box:
It's beginning to look alot like Christmas!!

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