Apple Turnovers and Swimming

What do those two things have to do with each other?  Absolutely nothing.  Except that they're the two things I took pictures of today so they're what I'm going to write about.  :) Anna spent the past week in cooking camp (the first of approximately 32 camps the kids are attending this summer) and wanted to practice her newly learned skills on us.  Doc happily bought the ingredients she needed last night at the grocery store and this morning she got up, made her way to the kitchen, and made us a breakfast of apple turnovers.

Her list of ingredients was short and simple:  powdered sugar, apple pie filling, biscuits, and cinnamon sugar.

First step: flatten out each biscuit.

Next, sprinkle generously with cinnamon sugar.

Then, spoon on a few apples and some filling.

And finally, fold the biscuit over in half and pinch the edges together using a fork.

Then do it again and again and again.  Our chef doesn't like apple pie filling so she made a few without it.

We popped them in the oven for a few minutes and they plumped up as they cooked.

And then the very last step was to sprinkle them with powdered sugar.

The chef was pleased with how they turned out and so were we!

I added a few berries to mine before enjoying it out on the patio.

After filling our bellies with the delicious apple turnovers, we went to the farmers market to stock up on some goodies for the week.  As soon as we got back home and unloaded the car, we changed into our swimsuits and headed out to Parker's house to swim.

Doc made a quick entrance into the cold water with a front flip.

Parker jumped in too.

This little boy is a fish!  He jumped off and swam to his mama and then swam to the ladder over and over and over again.  I was worn out just watching him.

Parker does a great job of following the rules.  If his mama's not in the water, he has to wear his safety vest.

Sometimes his uncle would give him a little toss into the water.

Anna watched him below the water with her goggles and snorkel.

After a picnic lunch of Chik-Fil-A out by the pool, we didn't stay much longer.  We wanted to get home early since we heard it was going to be a full moon...

That's all for now.  More later!