The girls and I used the first day of Spring break to play at Winter Park one last time. Let me tell you, our last day of skiing for the season did not disappoint. Six inches of fresh powder awaited us. We were all squeals and laughter making our way down the mountain trails. Megan exhibited a newfound confidence and attempted many jumps on the bumps, resulting in her landing on her rump! We had a lot of great belly laughs. Unfortunately Woody couldn’t join us and we missed him much.
It’s Party time, and we’re celebrating the wonderful life of my mom. First off, she walked into a sea of 70 balloons. At closer look, she realized that each one had a note attached with words of appreciation and love for her from my brother’s family. Nice touch,
Next up…Minute to Win It games. This was so much fun! Everyone really got into it and had a lot of laughs.
Woody bravely held the target while we all shot rubber bands until our cup fell…
Finally, we feasted on a hawaiian theme inspired meal and bund-tinis for dessert. It was a delight to celebrate such a wonderful woman. We are so thankful that she is in our lives and loves us so much. Happy Birthday, Mom. We love you!
Ah, the Rockies in the winter. They are just glorious. Every time I get up there I’m reminded of the incredible beauty that is always beckoning me to come and play. So when we were generously given the opportunity to stay up there for the weekend, I didn’t hesitate even though Woody wouldn’t be able to join us until the second day.
Girls weekend here we come.
We had a great day of skiing and I managed not to get the girls and I lost with only a black diamond to get down.
We played for hours in the snow, swam at the rec center and watched too many episodes of “Little House on the Prairie”.
Megan, you are a precious gift and we are delighted to be your parents! What a fun decade you have lived. You fill our lives with joy and love and we look forward to experiencing all that the next decade holds for you!
My vintage 1986 flute has been given life again in a grade school band. I’m sure she is delighted to have breath flowing through her like the old days, straining out squeaks and notes for all to hear.
Megan has really gotten the hang of it quickly and she loves demonstrating her musical prowess to anyone who will listen.
This totally captures the personalities of my two girls. One doing what is expected, kind and gentle, the other one similar but with a little crazy mixed in.