"Change, when it comes, cracks everything open."
Dorothy Allen

Saturday, February 18, 2012

Our non-wintery winter

I think everyone is experiencing much of the same type of winter as we here are experiencing.  Very little snow, temperatures that swing up and down from one day to the next.

It's not quite the winter we are used to, all snowy and whtie and blowy.  I miss the days when we could snuggle inside, shovelling snow off and on through the day, so we aren't completely snowed in, eating bread and soup and all kinds of comfort foods.  These days now tease me that spring is coming.  I have crocuses budding in the front yard, and blooms on some of the trees.  There are muddy dog footprints everywhere, which is another sure sign of spring. 

I was going through some of the old pictures on my camera, and found some pictures of our non-wintery winter.

We play alot of games.
Biggest Tower ever.
We are using our Christmas presents.  This is Daddy's massage shirt we made.
We have family dinners.  Sawyer is helping Grandma with the dishes.
We do craft nights.  This is through Autism Ontario at our local Michaels.

All in all, our winter has been pretty jampacked with fun.  Here's hoping it continues.

Rosie N. Grey
The N stands for "non-wintery is so a real word."

No comments:

Post a Comment