The girls did many many things over the weekend — although half of those “things” are mostly chores and such… (Not so thrilling).
But yesterday afternoon, when both L and C were completely exhausted, they found Niece #4 extremely hilarious.
Sometimes L comes home from work and discovers things like this:
Appetizing? That’s the exact word they used!… But not really.
L’s reaction? Something similar to having a mental breakdown.
Speaking of mental breakdowns…
L and C (and everyone else in the North Country) have been experiencing some bipolar weather. The consequence? C has been drinking hot chocolate, which seems normal — but it’s JUNE.
What’s J up to?
anging out with our Shmelville girl… Who, by the way, is making very similar faces in both pictures — I guess someone’s in a rut!
2)She is counting down the days until she is home. (‘nough said.)
3) Making C’s day by sending her a text saying “Gosh you belong in Georgia”.
- If you’re bored of your summer music choices, here’s what the girls recommend:
J: Restless by Alison Krauss (some country tunes are never a bad idea!)
L: Cameo Lover by Kimbra
C: Cold Shoulder by Josh Turner (surprised?)
Welcome to the big one-nine L! We love you and all your spunk. Keep being so cool (Lord knows one of us has to do it). <3
Arrival: March 31, at 4:03pm.
“My God is the Lord; hero”
He’s nice and chubby – just the way we like them.
9lbs, 8oz; 21″
We love you to pieces, and we cannot wait to see what you’ll grow up to be. But could you do just one thing? Please please don’t grow up too fast. Thanks, sweet boy.
Your Aunts from “The Cavern”
It’s St. Patrick’s Day!
Guess what L and C are doing?
Yep. That’s right.
Eating BARK. Oh joy.
The Cavern Girls hope your St. Patrick’s Day is more lovely than theirs!
Happy birthday, J!
We love you! So happy to have you for a Seafoam Sister!
P.S. Have fun on your GOLDEN BIRTHDAY, old lady!
You should always start out on the right foot.
You should know that J and C made this video only to mock a friend.
That fact doesn’t help how stupid they seem in this video, but you should know that they weren’t the first to do something like this.
Well. Here goes nothing.
Enjoy watching their stupidity.
Yes. They’re holding skirts over their pants (that’s what the friend did), dancing to a Korean song that they’ve never heard and trying to sing along with it (fail), using random objects for microphones, and being plain stupid.
Hopefully your IQ hasn’t gone down.
How? Who knows.
The girls aren’t doing much else than what they were doing before.
J is back in Connecticut. She loved being home for Christmas but it was time for her to go back. She left yesterday on a Greyhound, sitting in a seat where she couldn’t touch the floor and waiting [most likely] impatiently until she could put her feet on the Connecticut ground once again.
L is back to work. Walking to the church, answering phones, figuring out different projects, having dance parties in the office ’cause she needs a break, and back to the “waking-up-so-late-I-can’t-shower” look. Thankgoodness for hats.
C? She’s just home. Back to normal routine as much as possible even when she’s battling colds and what not, which is way too often. Back to teaching, learning, and preparing for whatever might come. At 16 there’s only so much going on.
Here’s a fun shot of the girls.
(on route to Syracuse for some shoppin’)
The girls have a favorite picture. Wanna see it?
There had been talk before about everyone at their home having a TV show just because they’re “so” funny.
And after seeing this, it was definite.
They would have a TV show and this would be their cover picture.
J, L, &C – together again in the cavern.
For a few days at least.
The Sea Foam Cavern girls arrived in Long Island Sunday evening.
While everyone else was busy in the kitchen, they decided to camp out in their bedroom (lazy, right??? but it’s VACATION!).
Everyone was surprised at the arrival of Sister #5 who is living in Nashville, TN for the summer.
Sister #5, J, and C put their genius brains together and created something quite spectacular.
Who knew that tin whistles, bracelets, mattresses, and toy guitars could make such wonderful music. They didn’t.