I think the last big & heavy winter we had was the first year I lived here in the North West.. We moved here in 1977 and that winter going into 1978 was a really terrific one. I showed my little girls (10, 13, & 14) how a car can make 'cookies' on an empty street and cautioned them that it wasn't something they should try themselves if they ever got a license. I grew up in Pennsylvania where the snow came in late October or early November and stayed until March or April. And I remind them of how I used to walk to school 5 miles in the snow, up hill both ways. It took them a while to figure that one out.
I realize that I've posted quite a few scrapbook pages and I've given credit to all the wonderful designers that I use. They make my scrapbooking so easy and I get all the praise, (as if I had that kind of talent) so I have to tell them, I just take the pieces and put them together, Miriam, Raspberry Road, Russian Dutch Heart and other pretty ladies are the ones who make the kits I use. I put the names on the bottom of each page. And I can't forget that Linda kz puts together the some of the sayings I tuck into them.
Aayden had a 3rd birthday and enjoyed himself.
Amyah is just the sweetest little baby and always happy.
Youngest brother George doesn't seem to change much. Still a handsome little devil.
Beautiful Olivia is learned the art of 'selfies'.
Aayden loves to play outside when he's here at his Grandma's house.
They spent the weekend camping out in tents just like the old Woodstock concert but this one was the Dave Matthews Band.
Charlie with her daughter-in-law Brittany at the DMB concert.
Our dogs, Chazz the elder and the puppy Junior. Junior is changing colors in the face so he doesn't look so much like Chazz but they still like to play together.
Olivia and I went to Sausage Feast which happens every year as a fund raiser for the local Catholic church. They have the best German Sausages (made locally) and krout!