4/52: Activity

>> Sunday, February 1, 2015


I’m so longing for those days when we can slip barefoot into the backyard wearing only sundresses. Reality says we may get a foot of snow between tonight and tomorrow, so I’ll take that, too. But those of you who live in the north surely know what I’m feeling. You can love snow, you can trudge through the bad weather and clouds and deep freeze, then sometime around the beginning of February, you start forgetting what the sun feels like on your skin.

Stephen’s parents were up for a weekend visit and Nanny brought along a gingerbread house kit we forgot to do during the holidays. Ada was ALL about this activity, let me tell you. Or, I guess we should say she was all about the decorations. Eating the many sugary decorations. In fact, she loved making her house so much, we’ve decided to do another one for Easter this year with jelly beans, Peeps, and anything else pastel.

I made a love shack.

(Related: Does anyone actually like those Good & Plenty candies?)


Well, student and teacher friends alike, let’s get this snow day happening. It’s been since Thanksgiving that we’ve had anything truly storm-like pass through here. Enough with the lake effect madness and give us a good blanket so we can get outdoors and go sledding! And maybe sleep in. Yes. That would be super nice.

Now time for Super Bowl fun!

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