How’s that for a tongue twister?!?
Yep, our first-time ever being official 4-H’ers is in the books. And I’m so proud of my boys!
Scooter is a Cloverbud, so whatever project he took to the fair, he received a participation ribbon. I love that he gets the chance to go through the process with no pressure on performing to a high-standard, etc. It was GREAT!
Ask him about kitchen safety…and he’ll talk your ear off; ask him about taking nature walks…and he’ll tell you all about seeing a toad; ask him about using his senses outdoors…and he’ll tell you how much our puppy stinks right now. Isn’t that great? (Well, except for the stinky puppy bit.)
Big Bro took nine static exhibits to the fair…and he brought home six blue ribbons and three reds! He was so proud of himself…and I was even more proud, because I know that he did all of the work by himself. I can’t wait to see how they grow in the next year.
One of his exhibits was a photo enlargement. Here it is:
He also did a photo exhibit that told a story about his brother playing outside:
And then, just some cool landscape photos:
And he also taught our puppy (Miss Maggie May) how to sit, which was one of his projects:
The Dickey County Fair continues through Sunday…so stay tuned for more updates!