This past week Stephen helped my cut, glue, sand and paint some photography backgrounds. On Wednesday night we had Scouts and I helped him set up an orienteering course. It was a lot more complex than we imagined, we ended up running around the church jamming flags into the ground. We were sweaty, thirsty and incredibly tired, but the kids really enjoyed it, and that is all that matters, right? On Thursday we babysat the Rudder kids, they were silly and full of energy, as always. This past weekend our friend Eric flew down to visit us. We spent a lot of time outside which was probably not the best idea since it was 90+ degrees. Thursday evening we headed to Mojo’s for some late night BBQ and tried Cheerwine for the first time. I’m not going to lie, I kind of like it. It’s sort of a mix between Dr. Pepper and black cherry cola. On Friday we headed to the beach and spent the afternoon playing frisbee, soccer and riding the waves. Later that afternoon we went to the stadium and watched the US Men’s Soccer Team practice for their game against Scotland. Saturday morning we drove to St. Augustine and walked around for a few hours, toured the Castillo de San Marcos, found a really cool flower, ate some cuban food, stopped by Kilwins (a really good ice cream shop) and then came home to rest before the big soccer game. More on the game tomorrow.