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Dirty Feet

Is it weird that the ONE thing I remember most about the fair, any fair, is DIRTY FEET?  Seriously.  When preparing to attend our State Fair of Oklahoma, the one thing I thought of was…

be sure to wear decent shoes or you’ll have nasty, disgusting feet when you get home.

Of course, I didn’t listen very well, because I wore flip flops.


Don’t worry.  I didn’t take any pictures of my BLACK toes to show  you (I’m not THAT gross), but here are some fun State Fair shots for you! :)

Most of these shots are thanks to my nephew Jesse who was toting the camera around throughout the day.  I’d say he did a pretty good job!

Yes, I snapped a few shots before getting lazy and deciding I didn’t need pics that badly.  Remember, my point and shoot was stolen a few weeks ago.  Sometimes, I get tired of having a big, heavy camera around my neck.  I’m not complaining, but when it’s just me and the boys, I tend to forgo the big camera and just go with the flow.  I didn’t want to miss EVERYTHING, though, so I had my mom bring her Canon Rebel and passed it off to Jesse.  He had fun with it and I enjoyed being surprised by the photos.  Some, pleasantly.  Some, not so pleasantly.  You won’t be seeing the latter.  Heh…heh

The utility wagon was a last minute decision on my part.  It was the best decision I made that day!  It was awesome!  While the boys were riding rides, we laid one side down and had a place to chill.  PERFECT!  Plus, it helped us tote all our loot and free samples.  If possible take a big, strong nephew with you to pull said wagon.  It’s fun to watch.

and last one, snapped by my mom, just before leaving…

Oh, and for the record…I do know my boys DESPERATELY NEED a haircut.  They are starting to look less and less like boys.  Unfortunately, this is the busiest time of the year for me and haircuts have been pushed to the bottom of the list more than once.  I hope to remedy that before the week is over.

Happy Wednesday!

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