Yesterday was the first day of spring, but you wouldn’t know that by looking out our back door. This is what the view was like by mid-morning. The pastures and trees were covered in a couple of inches of snow.
The little baby tulips by the barn were frozen.
Nothing was safe from the sticky white stuff.
At about noon Aunt Susie called and invited us to a sledding party. Yippee!
We headed over to her and Uncle Lonnie’s after the kids finished pre-school.
First we got the four wheelers out of the garage.
Then Uncle Lonnie attached sleds to the back of each of them.
We loaded up and the fun began!
First the kids rode together.
Then by themselves.
The only sound to be heard over the whine of the four wheeler engines was “Faster! Faster! Faster! Let’s go faster!” These kids are little adrenaline junkies!
After awhile the cousins arrived and joined in the fun. It was twice as much fun with four of them. Even Potus the Beagle joined in a for a few laps.
When we first started it was pretty snowy, but as the afternoon wore on it became increasingly muddy.
Annabelle didn’t care.
I am sure I had as much fun riding the four wheeler as the kids did being pulled behind it. Zach bailed off the sled about halfway through to ride on the front with me.
When we finally called it quits two hours later we were shocked by how dirty Annabelle was.
She was a pretty good sport, but I think she was really really cold.
We all went inside and Aunt Susie made us hot cocoa and pizza for dinner.
On the car ride home Zach said “Aunt Susie is a good girl, isn’t she mom?” I said “Yes, she is. She’s a very good girl.”
He thought for a moment. “She’s a really special girl isn’t she mom?”