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Will lost his third tooth tonight while brushing his teeth.
The tooth and the place it came from.
Today was the first day of school: first day of second grade for Drew, first day of kindergarten for Will, first day in a new school for Will and first day the boys go to the same school together.
Landon joins his schoolmate brothers.
The brothers walking to school while the littlest one enjoys a ride.
Drew is ready to rock the second grade. Is there anything better than brand new school supplies?
Will was very excited this morning when he arrived because he got his very first "worksheet"!
Mama took the boys to a park a little ways away from our home today as an end of summer treat.
The boys really enjoyed playing together on the different equipment.
Since it was still a little hot out, the boys got to enjoy the park all to themselves.
Will on the way down one of the twisty slides.
Drew evidencing his rock climbing prowess.
I recently changed offices at work. I think its my fourth or fifth office I've had on two different floors in the last 9 1/2 years with the firm. This one is a keeper...with a beautiful view to the southwest of South Tulsa.
Today, there was a bit of a storm brewing which created some really glorious clouds.
The rays of sunlight are actually called crepuscular rays because of their frequent occurrences during crepuscular hours (those around dawn and dusk), when the contrasts between light and dark are the most obvious.
A measly 400 pixel wide image doesn't begin to capture the true majesty of the spectacle.
Mama took a great photo of our three boys today. Our house is not lacking in brothers and smiles.
We've been having a bit of a heat wave here in Tulsa lately (as are many parts of the country). Amazingly enough, our Volvo could still create and blow cool air while measuring 120 degrees. Not too bad for a car designed, engineered and build in Sweden. Check engine...ya think!
A local school sign posted on the district's Facebook page.
My iphone's weather report for Tulsa this evening. A little secret...I like the heat. It sure beats the other extreme!