Of Things Ice and Snow...
Snow has at last come! And what better way to celebrate than check out the ice hockey and skating at the nearby town hall?
And, in typical Walker fashion, being somewhere I wasn't sure was open yet.
Upon seeing a gentleman in the inside office, I did check with him to make sure we could use the rink, and he said it would be fine, as long as we didn't use ice skates. Apparently the ice has to be "groomed" a little more first. The kiddos, and myself, quickly remembered how slippery ice is. We found these handy walkers in the shed and put them to good use!
Charity realized that the taller you become, the harder your falls. I cheered her up telling her how it was even harder to fall when you were as tall as Mom. And....just think of Daddy falling! The whole rink might break apart as that would be like a tree falling! Her tearful countenance cheered a bit. :)
We had some great races, next. On your marks...
And in other news....earlier on a good homeschooling day...all fingers were on deck.
As we created a counting board of 10's.
This is from a few weeks ago, and has nothing to do with ice, or numbers, but I have to include a smiling Benjamin somewhere in my post!
And now back to the story.....We had a great time learning how to fall, and how to keep anyone from taking our pucks...
As dusk fell and the falling snow subsided, I took a few last pictures of some of my favorite things--my Charity girl and the beautiful wild snow laden forest behind.
margaret louise porter
1/9/2016 09:15:19 am
What a beautiful "story", Wendy. Thanks for taking the time to share your heart. G/ma
1/9/2016 02:22:08 pm
Thank you Grandma! I'm so thankful for you and that you somehow find time to read all your grandchildrens' goings on! That makes it worth it! :) Love you and miss you.
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Thank you for joining our family for a minute as we share with you glimpses of our life in the Northwoods of Wisconsin. Steve and I run a small resort and have four children, Charity, Ellie, Anders and Benjamin. I enjoy writing, cooking, homeschooling, and watching old movies with Steve. :)