June was another busy month around here. It began with girls camp. My first as YW pres. It was really fun and really well-organized by our incredible camp directors. We camped at Glenwood Springs and it was lovely. We had a long stretch of campsites where all our tents were set up in a row and at the top of our site were bathrooms with flush toilets and showers. Spoiled. We drove up on June 11th, Wednesday and Kenzie's 18th birthday. Here we are forming an assembly line to carry in all of the supplies.
The following weekend was Glenn and my 9th anniversary. Mom watched the boys while Glenn took me up to Vail for the weekend. We stayed at the Arabella hotel and it was incredible. So nice to get away for a couple of days. We relaxed and walked around and took the tram to the top of the mountain. We ate delicious food, which I occasionally threw up, and went swimming and got some sun. It was the perfect, chill, relaxing weekend and we really needed it. Thanks honey. Well done, once again.
Another fun thing we tried in June was making a "water blob", an idea we found on pinterest. It's just a huge painter's tarp that we ironed around the edges and filled up with water. The boys had a great time playing on it for about an hour. Our neighbor boy, Matthew, came over to play on it too.
That night we stayed in a motel and got to bed early so we could be ready to go early in the morning to get Glenn to his race on time. We dropped him off at the starting line at Loveland ski area and then we drove to the finish in Georgetown. The boys and I found a little diner to have breakfast while we waited for Daddy to run. Then we walked around the little town, got some hot chocolate, and then cheered for the racers at the finish line. It must have been a beautiful race running down the canyon. But really hard on the knees!