"We don't stop playing because we grow old, we grow old because we stop playing."
- George Bernard Shaw
"You're never too old to do goofy stuff."
- Ward Cleaver
"It is a happy talent to know how to play."
- Ralph Waldo Emerson
My family and I took a little time out to play this past weekend.
The best five dollars ever spent? These gorgeous (?) green rubber rain boots at Five Below. They come in handy whenever water or mud are on the agenda, both were last weekend.
Megan, John and I took a muddy trail to the lake, slipping and sliding along the way. Megan stepped into the lake to wash off her boots and realized she could have fun breaking the ice. Did I mention it was 50 ° F? We were wearing sweatshirts in January and playing in the lake. We could feel the cold water temperature through our boots, but it didn't matter...it was fun. Kids do bring out the kid in us old people. :)
Going to my car this morning I was surprised to see the windshield covered in frost. No more spring-like temperatures, old man winter is settling back in. But before I scraped the frost off the windshield, I took a few pictures of the frost. Frost is always pretty.
Have you taken time out to play lately? I highly suggest you do.
I so enjoyed reading everybody's cooking 'failure' stories in my last post. Thank you so much for sharing. It seems the more we share, the more we find we have in common.
Thanks for visiting today!
Have a great day!