And State ID.
It's back to babysitting on Thursdays and Fridays for me. Delaney is now four months old and can roll over!
Meanwhile, back at the ranch - the living history department bought a hand crank ice cream maker on eBay.
It's been a huge hit with the kids. They line up to take turns cranking and then go to the end of the line so they can do it again, even though they know we're unable to give them any of it.
But the past two weeks have been too hot to do much of anything, too hot to bake, and too hot to make ice cream, so we've been playing cribbage. Izzie taught me last week. Her grandmother taught her when she was seven and now she's taught us. Yesterday we played a tournament and surprisingly it was a big hit with the public. Many adults have played it and the kids love helping us add up the cards - 15-2, 15-4. It's not as easy as it looks as these reproduction cards only have the spots, no numbers. It's gets confusing after a while.
Our county fair was just a couple of weeks ago and my demonstration shift was the first morning it opened. In spite of the air conditioner not working in our room, we still had very good turnout.
My scarf took the Superintendents Award. I don't know what that means or who the superintendents are, but that's a mighty big ribbon. It's headed to the State fair tomorrow.
And I settle back into my routine, enjoying the last days of summer.