Here I am playing 9-hole chip and putt at the Bowie BaySox game! If you look real closely, you can see that the edges of each of the 9 putting areas have Legos on them. It was BrickFest and I got to make a few things with Legos, see some battery operated robots, and bought some cool Lego accessories to add to my collection. As for the game, all I really wanted to do was play with my Legos. After daddy explained why they were watering the infield and players were stretching and practicing, I had had enough, and we went home. Thanks, Daddy for taking me!
Some big bulldozers and other dirt movers excavated the foundation of our house. The cement square in the background is where our garage will be. The foreground is the the house. The metal poles sticking out are where the concrete will be poured for the foundation. Before they pour the foundation, wood will be placed vertically on the cement outline of our house.
Before they build our house, they first stake out the land to mark where our property begins and ends. The pile of gravel in the background has been there so long that you can actually see it on Google Maps!
After track and field practice today my friend Rafael came over for a play date. We climbed on the monkey bars, and then were making silly faces at daddy. We promised we wouldn't make these silly faces next week in class! We begged daddy to let us have a sleepover, but we'll have to do it another time. After we dropped Rafael off, I ran into two more friends of mine at Roy Rogers (Margaret and Oriri).
The building permit has been approved, and excavation of the foundation will start soon. We haven't had any snow yet, so hopefully it will stay that way so our house can be built and we move in before I start second grade in August.