The children even identified this vehicle as not being native to Birch Bay but from Cars. Ian was really excited by Taylor's find and has since added 'Sarge' to his collection of Cars cars.
We found the last high tide line and discovered the difference between the tides based on the differences of the seaweed. We did not have much time at the beach between Libby's nap and friends coming over for lunch. We did however, find several different types of seaweed.
I was beginning to doubt myself and the ability to continue this Marine Biology study when Taylor said to me, "mama, I really like this Marine Biology and I am learning a lot."
I struggle continually with comparing myself to others and I know that is not from God. We are doing what we can and are learning and having fun and most importantly building relationships.
I have been desperately wanting to clean my front porch. It is the perfect place for spiders, and bugs to congregate. Because it is a perfect breeding ground for insects it also makes it the best hunting spot for food for our numerous frogs and our newest addition, Peter the snake. Taylor found this snake at Bakers Dozen and brought it home, she thinks it is cute. I am just not too certain about her choice of names for her animals (Big Ball the Hermit Crab and Peter the Snake). Ahhh, the innocence of youth.