One guess as to what these are.
Don't know? They're bicycles!
Isabella, my little sister.
"The Queen Salutes the Vineyard!
Good Luck Americans
(All is Forgiven! - The Queen)"
BOO! Did I scare you?
I lost my camera charger, so I've been using my Holga to document my summer, but I ordered a new charger from Amazon and it should be here a few days from now. Anyway, I finally got my film developed the other day and these are how my photos from the 4th of July came out. Not to toot my own horn or anything, but I'm pretty happy with how they came out.
The 4th of July is a big day in our home. It's not only America's independence day, but it's my little sisters birthday as well and we go ALL OUT for birthdays. During the day we celebrated Isabella's 9th birthday, opened presents, stuffed ourselves with cake and watched the parade, then at night we found primo spots on the beach to watch the fireworks with family friends. However, my all time favorite thing about the 4th of July isn't the birthday cake or candy thrown during the parade (shocking, I know). My favorite thing includes cars and a tow truck. The parade in Edgartown typically starts at 5 PM, so the parking spots on the parade route are closed two hours before then, but that doesn't stop the drivers from parking. At around 3 PM, the tow trucks come around and tow the cars out of the way. It's a tradition for our family to watch every car on the road be towed. So as soon as the clock struck 3 on the 4th of July, Isabella and I sat out on the porch, kicked off our shoes, sipped our sprites and watched all the cars be towed (second to last photo). Now if that's not paradise, I don't know what is.
Other than that, my summer has been amazing. In a week, summer will be over and high school will start up again. It'll be my last first day of school in Singapore, and I'll be a senior. I think I'm finally ready for this.