Here in the Seattle-Land area, snow is seen on average about once a year and it usually all melts by noon anyway. So There's a tinge of jealousy in me when I hear of all the snowed in folks in the east. Just imagine all the cuddling by the fire and all the knitting a girl could get to do!
Here, I would call our winter weather manageable on some days and oh so beautiful on others. So there's not a single excuse to slow down in winter. Just as our evergreens keep holding onto their needles, we continue a beating rhythm of vigour in these colder months.
Here, our morning hours are filled with play and learning. Or is it learning and playing because it seems like both to me!
Daily Fort Building and she promised Mama wouldn't have to pick it up this time! But Mama's help out all the time. It's in our blood!
And afterwards some nature exploration and delectation!
(Oh my LORD! Could you have designed a more perfect baby boy?!)
God is the master of textures, isn't He?
Very curious minds. "Mom what is this? And how did people write inside?"
My bright springy girl. She brings the sun with her wherever she goes.
A driftwood beach. I remember when I used to ignore it, now I see firewood or art!
A tiny fairy forest.
The hills are alive....
with the sounds of trains!
And the early afternoons always finds us at the gym. Always. Another great time to knit but I'm sure you're getting tired of me saying that ad nauseum!
Are you wonderfully busy too?