Not every kid can resist the invitation to play in this puddle. Jumping, splashing, playing and of course getting messy and dirty along the way is so much fun. We still have some snow in our backyard and some areas are already bare so what you expect is water on some spot where a little boy liked the most. This is what Jarred looked like while playing in a puddle.
Posted in Labels: spring | at 3/15/2009 08:44:00 AM
Yesterday morning, we went outdoors. It was a frosty 20 degrees. We started doing some outdoors cleaning and we heard the chirps of our first robin of the spring. Its a welcomed sign. Being we're on the edge of New York snow belt area, we have actually seen snow in May. Two miles south of here there is no snow. We still have 8 inches on the ground hard packed. We have two snow mobiles that we can still ride and two miles south they were playing bicycles outdoors. It,s kinda strange what 2 miles south will bring. Their spring time is 3 weeks earlier than ours. We sit and watch our spring flowers actually popping through the snow.
Posted in Labels: Cierra Bayliner | at 3/14/2009 12:43:00 PM
The day has come to let go of our bayliner but we are happy knowing that the boat will be in good hands. We finally met the new owner and getting to know him was sure a nice thing. I took one last photo of us in front of the bayliner standing from left is Tom- the new captain of Cierra Bayliner, next to him is my husband Kevin, myself, and sitting down is our son Jarred. To the new owner goodluck guys! We're sure you and your family will enjoy the boat. :-)
Posted in Labels: little nickles | at 3/12/2009 08:15:00 PM
We never stop to think enough about recycling. If you take a look in your garbage bag and took the time to sort through, you'd find out that 95 percent of your garbage can be recycled. Think about it. Glass, plastic, paper, metal as in soup cans that if you take all this out of your garbage what's left? Not much. We live in New York State and most of our bottle waters that we buy have the State of Maine 5 cent deposit stamp on them. So by saving all out State of Maine water bottles for one year it paid for 3 quarters of our trip to go to Bar Harbor Maine. Its beautiful there. We wanted to go for the fresh catch seafood and to see the whales close up. Do a search on Bar Harbor Maine and you'll see the beauty of our trip.
Posted in Labels: staying fit | at 3/12/2009 10:18:00 AM
For some exercise has been always important to stay fit, but for some they started exercising and give up for some reasons. It might be a hectic schedule from other activities and they don't have time to exercise. I put myself on the second situation I just mentioned. I've always been very active way back and engaged in lots of activities to stay physically fit but after i gave birth I focused myself as a homemaker and setting aside the latter. Everyday I was complaining of my back pain. So last night my husband took one of the workout tapes that he got and said " here you might want to look at it" so this morning I played the VHS tape and started doing my workout. Yes keeping physically fit is very important. There's a big wonder after all.
Posted in | at 3/11/2009 10:12:00 AM
I bought my husband a tom tom GPS navigation for his birthday. He liked it so much and I am very glad he liked the present. But some say its a distraction on the road while you drive. Or is it not? On my own point of view it does have a negative and positive outcome. So it really depends on how you handle your situation. For us its a big help while we travel instead of using the old fashioned way of locating places that we wanted to go. Just be more responsible in using every gadget that you add up in your car.