A Typical Day in the Spring

The tail end of a huge flock of geese.
The tail end of a huge flock of geese.

In the northwest, when it does not rain, we jump at the chance to go for a nature walk

We used our senses to find signs of springsight, smell, and sounds.

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Since we were out and about, we decided to go by the library and check out “story time”.

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I liked that although story time was for preschoolers,
they welcomed all.of.my.kids to participate in the crafts.

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Andrew had no interest in picking out books, but had a great time with the puppets!

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3 movies, 4 books, and $1 fine later,
TJ then took us to Dairy Queen for lunch.

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Next we walked over to the local school playground.

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and we got a surprise when Dad got home early from work and joined us!

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TAG is always a must.

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It was actually a dry, somewhat sunny day!

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After we got home we continued to play outside…

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with sidewalk chalk, bikes, & basketball.

Then…

typical northwest bi-polar weather…

showed its true colors…

as an hour later,

we scrambled to clean up…

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And yes, ’round here fun does not stop just because of silly weather…

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One thought on “A Typical Day in the Spring

  1. Oh, that looks so familiar to me! I remember that weather so well. Wasn’t there some sort of record at one point last year for only 18 hrs of “summer” temperatures all summer?

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