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Outside Movie at the Park

Last night was our towns Summer Kick off at one of the parks.  They had food you could buy and free activities for the kids.  They had a band playing until it was dusk then they played the movie "Despicable Me" on the big screen.  My family and I went.  Selah had a great time dancing and singing and creating her little hat with the "Minion's" and got her face painted.  Titus he slept through a lot of the evening but he is still super cute!

It's free events like this that make me very thankful I live in a city.  I grew up in a very small town and we did not have events like this.  I was even telling my 3 year old daughter how blessed she is to have so many fun things she gets to do.

It was a blessed time as the week was a very long and stressful one.  The weather was perfect to be outside and just relax and hear the music and watch the movie.  :) I am looking forward to some of the other free outside events that our city puts on.  :)

Here are a few pictures to highlight our evening.


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