Julia and Galina made a Snicker cake from scratch. While Julia was frosting it, we both got the idea to try a piece in the corner and then fill it in with frosting. In case you were wondering it was very yummy!
This is Julia's poison oak. She tried the blowdryer and it helped a bit. Baking soda paste and lots of Benadryl has helped the most. Doing research today I learned that it would only take a 1/4 ounce of Urushiol oil to give every person in the world a bad case of poison oak. I sure hope terrorists who want to wreak havoc don't get any ideas. I don't even have poison oak but just from watching the agony of Julia I wouldn't wish it on my worst enemy.
Since this is like the 3rd or 4th time our family has gotten poison oak I think we will always be remembered as the poison oak family. Ugh. I hope not.
Today Adam had a biopsy on his arm. The doctor thinks it is a lipoma but since it popped up suddenly he wanted to make sure. If you have a weak stomach you should skip over these next two photos.
Last but not least. A letter to our neighbor from one of our kids. Oh joy.
I am really sorry about throwing rocks at your house. I didn't mean to throw them that hard and it wasn't meant for them to actually hit your house. I was only trying to throw them onto your grass. I know I shouldn't have done that either. I promise it won't happen again. I usually don't do this sort of thing and I don't know what I was thinking.
The kid that rocked your house