We who laugh at ourselves will never cease to be amused.
How adorable! Two things I love are the woods in winter and walking in them with children.
It was beautiful and yes, very fun. Baby wasn't up for the full trek but it was a wonderful day. Will definitely have to go back now that she is old enough to explore with and not be a chore. And found out today that the schmoopsie is welcome on a leash! Very nice indeed!
What a great day for a walk!!!Did you recognize the with hazel and spirit glow dogwood on your own, or did the upside down map tell you what it was? I'm a horrible plant life identifier. :-)38 is definitely not too cold and even more so not too old!!!!Love the pics!
Nej-it was beautiful day, I used to go on free Tuesdays and it just got to be too much with a little person, but she's not so little anymore now! Definitely getting started again on that. I really can read and write upside down and backwards-it was a useful skill in detention at school for writing and passing notes and later as an FSR at the bank it came in very handy again-now it's just a fun party trick. As for the plants, some things good, some things not depends on if i grew up with them. My brother (not the one w/the newly short finger) and I have a truly mysterious ablility to identify edible plants. The ladies who could have taught us that skill so long ago that we don't remember learning have been gone a long time and I never thought to ask them about it when they were alive. Teens are selfish unthinking beasts. Witch hazel in bloom smells so very good. And thank goodness I have 8 months to get used to the idea of 38(the 8's have been the weird ones for me)Wow this is half a blog, oh well.
She cooks, she makes things with her hands....and now, reading upside down and backwards!! I'm so impressed! :-)
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