Tuesday, October 04, 2016

Tuesday in photos


A working breakfast. We discuss how it is that people engage in risky ventures.


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The coming of fall at the farmette...


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I pick up Snowdrop at school -- I ask her if she wants to go to the coffee shop. No , she says. This way! She points to the playground behind it. I smile.

She tries the last of the big slides. The one that twists and turns. Success!


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I take the swing photo because it is a guarantee of a smile.


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We then go to the coffee shop. She is so good at drinking from a big person glass!


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At home, she plays with her toy cat. She feeds it blueberries. She understands that the real cats aren't ready to be her best pals. She makes do.


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After her nap, she wants to be outside again. We walk over to the park just down the road.

We race each other on parallel slides.


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At home again, we play ball. I don't quite know how to play football, but at this age I think I'm okay with just throwing the football and shouting "touchdown!" Snowdrop is delighted.


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Because she is a well rounded child, she then switches to dress up. 


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Go out! Shop!
Not today, Snowdrop. Not today.


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But I love your choice of shopping attire!

Evening. At home. Cooking supper. Watching the vice presidential debate.

1 comment:

  1. Loveee her shopping duds. She drinks out of one of those Mason jar cups better than I do. The beverage tends to leak out around the screw top threads when I try to use one.

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