Thursday, July 27, 2017

Netflix and Roaring Rivers

Summer nights are for staying up late and watching movies and making pallets and snuggling with your siblings.  There is a lot of fighting but I love how much they love each other.

It's SO hot.  At this point in the summer we just stay inside and watch a lot of TV if we aren't swimming.  And I don't feel bad about it.  We have just about worn out the Netflix kid's section.  I let the kids watch "Gremlins" the other night.  I was having 80's nostalgia and completely forgot it was kind of a scary movie. But they loved it.  We also watched ET.  I'm having to explain things like why people didn't have cell phones and why their TV's were so small.  ha ha ha ha ha! 

Anything else your kids like to watch on Netflix? Or 80's movies I should relive with them?

Susan spoke at a luncheon for Circle of Life Hospice volunteers Tuesday and invited me to come along.  It was really nice.  

Speaking of Susan - our ministry Tangible Truth Ministries is having a conference next month if you are local.  It's August 24th at FBC Bentonville.  6:30 - 8:30.  

We will have three therapists who will be talking on telling your kids about sex and then about technology and everything you need to know when it comes to your kids (especially preteens and teens).   

Tickets are HERE.  Hopefully we will be able to post online after the event for those who don't live in the area! 

Today I took the girls and we went to Roaring River with some friends.  We have never been and had SO much fun! It's a huge water slide built into a hill.  It's in Cassville, MO.  It costs $8 an hour per person.  We just did an hour and it was PLENTY.  The kids were worn out.  They have a great picnic area in the shade and we took lunch and ate afterwards.  It was such a fun day.  I highly recommend if you live local.  We plan to go again soon! 

Have I mentioned it's HOT? 

And we are headed to south Arkansas and Dallas this weekend on a very quick round trip.  So we are going where it's even hotter! But I'm excited! 

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