I did have to take pictures of us working on the roof for the building inspector, so don't think that I was blogging while everyone else was working :) But, here are some pictures...
Roofing we found out is not mentally challenging (except for this chimney part, it's still wrong) but it is physically hard labor. The first day my dad and mom and the missionaries helped us, and our home teacher. Next saturday they all are mysteriously busy... so it'll just be Dave and I until my brother wakes up (he works nights) and the elders quorum president gets off of work. We're not too shy to ask for help :)As hard as it was, these guys worked all day long, until the roofing materials were melting in the heat, and we all took a much needed afternoon break. We worked late into the night with the help of a spotlight and almost finished this first section. Dave's been working on it after work for the last few nights, it'll be done soon :)
On another note, we made giant zucchini boats! I didn't look in the garden for a few days and was surprised to find like 5 of these guys. We hollowed out two and raced them down the irrigation ditch. Unfortunately Lydia's got stuck in the first tunnel and she just kept saying "my pickle got stuck, my pickle got stuck" It was sad, but we still managed to have a great time.
That's all here now. We hope everyone is doing well in the blogging world, and if your in town, come over to our place and hammer some nails!