Tuesday, March 10, 2015

The white stuff





All of the winter snow for this year fell in the last two weeks of February. The kids had no school for those weeks and we spent our days in puffy coats and snow boots. They are always so surprised when I start bundling up to go outside and play too. But these kinds of days are limited. Very limited. And I don't want to miss out on them. Besides, I often know the best places to play and the fastest sledding route down the hill. I've got to teach the next generation the important stuff.



-dana

9 comments:

MeganW said...

love the shot of the snowfall in front of the barn flag.

Osage Bluff Quilter said...

If it's snowing in June when I come to Brasstown can I sleigh ride down your drive way???

AnnieO said...

Some things that have never happened in mine or my children's lives--snow days and school closures. Glad you're making memories!

the girlfriend gap said...

Looks delightfully FUN! I am the one to go out with the grandkids for snow fun while my husband stays cozy in his chair. I'm Getting a little too old for all the bundling and cold but just have to make the memories. Glad for spring weather here this week but secretly hoping for one last spring snowfall as we didn't get our sledding adventure in this year. :( Thanks for the video :) If you have a moment I just did a blog post on a snow themed quilt I have been making. One of the blocks is in memory of my sledding adventure with my granddaughter :) I'd love for you to visit my blog. Janita

Kar said...

How fun is that! Nothing better than Mom getting out there with the kids and having fun in the snow also. Just make sure your secret hill stays secret. : )

Lynne Shandley said...

LOL, and tell me that isn't you sniggering at the end when she wipes out?
No snow here but it is dreary after over a week of lovely weather.

WeedyMama said...

If we had had any snow this winter, I know just exactly where that video was taken. Nothing wrong with having fun.

Jackie said...

As much as I don't like to be cold, I would break out the layers of clothing to do that.

diane said...

These are the best days of their lives. Love that barn