Spring is coming! The air has that ‘smell’ to it – of wet and dirt and sunshine.
The weather is warmer, even when the wind blows. There is no longer a bite to it.
The kids raced through their school on Friday just so they could go out and play. Even little Hershey likes to “write.”
From 10am until dark they were outside playing, playing, playing wearing themselves out.
Cookie was happy she hadn’t forgotten how to ride a bicycle.
The snow on the mountains reminds us that even though the weather is nice now it can still turn in a heartbeat.
Here, let me help you climb up the rock wall.
Hershey, listening to her brother tell her a story.
Snack time! These two like to pretend they are dogs and are usually found ‘lapping’ it up from bowls on the floor.
The older girls and I were inside watching the news about the earthquake and tsunami in Japan. The New York Times shows some amazing before and after photos of the devastation.
It is interactive, you move that blue slider in the middle of each photo to the before and after. It was great to show the younger children and discuss with them what occurred, what we can do to help, and how blessed we are right now.