Monkey Bars Spring has arrived, at least for awhile, and the playgrounds are full of kids. Thought for the Day: Getting over a painful experience is much like crossing monkey bars. You have to let go at some point in order to move forward.C.S. Lewis
The old fashioned sack race. No batteries required, no assembly required, no complex rules, and good for all ages. Just kids and a gunny sack. What a blast! Thought for the Day: Winning isn't everything, but wanting to win is. … Continue reading Sack Race
Hey! Where'd everybody go? It's only mid-September, and I haven't seen a soul for weeks. I'm hanging here, limp and lifeless, all by myself without anyone to keep me company, not even an occasional rattle from the cottonwood leaves. I have a feeling that I'd better get ready for nine months of loneliness. I'll hang … Continue reading Summer’s End
Even a four-year old has random thoughts. Four year olds generally just ask lots of questions, but once in a while they surprise you with a statement that makes you wonder what goes on in that little head. Out of the blue, my grandson starts talking about "girl babies." He says, "Girl babies … Continue reading Random Thoughts
Five kids on a dock, looking into the water. What do they see? A fish, a frog, a dead fish, a log, a dead frog, a pollywog, a wet dog, part of my blog, ground hog, bottle of grog, ( Geez, sounds like Dr. Seuss) a toy boat, fishing tackle, seaweed or just another lake … Continue reading What Is It?