Notice the 'family egg' on the left. Can you tell who the different stick figures represent?
|Leah's Koch-family Egg|
My favorite part was retelling the Easter story with the help of the Resurrection Eggs.
And also the opportunity for a family photo. The Krazy Koch-photo is always a must, kinda like the crazy birthday song.
Other major events of the week were the death of a pet and the FIRST robotics competition.
Kayla watched and mourned Moe's death on Wednesday and buried her guinea pig on Thursday in the family pet cemetary in our corral.
Mike left way before dawn to meet the team and make their way to a new-to-them competition venue, Rose Hulman in Terre Haute, some three hours away. For three days he was extremely busy guiding the students through the experience and mostly working on GreenGo the robot, making necessary adjustments for better performance. Notice his look of consternation, or is it concentration?
|GreenGo, Team 1720, and Mentor Mike|
Here is one lady's James Dean quilt in-progress. We were helping her decide the placement of her squares.
It was fun to do this creative activity with other women and a very good instructor. I may show you my quilt when it is finished.
We've been waiting for warmer weather and signs of spring. Yesterday I picked the first bouquet of daffodils.
As you can see, this week I also enjoyed making collages using a photo editor called picmonkey.