Last week, the family rented a cabin at a nearby lake for two nights. The kids and grandkids spent some lake time celebrating just being together for longer than 3 or 4 hours at a time. Rick and I had told them that this is what we wanted to do to celebrate our anniversary.
The weather and water weren't terribly cooperative: over 100 the whole time and dangerous blue-green algae in the lake. The kids are so little that we didn't want to risk them getting sick from the water, so we had to improvise. Thank goodness for water balloons. (And I was really grateful for the gizmos that allow you to fill and tie 100 balloons at one time in a matter of seconds.)
The Mr. and I rented a pontoon one morning so we could spend some time on the lake if we couldn't be in it.
I say that, but I downloaded Pokemon Go. Crazy, but I wanted to know what my students have been up to when school starts. I found my first Pokemon at the lake. (I think it is fairly overrated, but it does seem to be the latest craze.)