As I mentioned in Monday's post, the kids had the day off of school. We went to "the farm", met daddy for lunch and then went to a park that we hadn't been to in a while (and wrapped the fun up with a stop for gelato, of course). Instead of playing on the playground, the kids spent at least 45 minutes running up and down this sledding hill.
It was a blast to watch them.
There's something inspiring about watching children playing and running and rolling (in this case). They are so carefree. So full of energy and life. I sat and tried to imprint that time in my mind. The giggles, the breeze, the smell of the grass...
Oh how I love times like these with my amazing little creatures.
And they delight in it too.
Because kids feel most loved when you spend time with them-uninterrupted.
Even if it means just sitting on top of a hill watching them "roly-poly, pell-mell, tumble-bumble till they come to the green grass and stop short."
(Poky the Little Puppy reference).
On Wednesday, I found this half sheet of paper on the kitchen counter. My daughter spent some time writing Bible verses and it really blessed me; especially the verses that she chose! All three are amazing reminders.
Thanks for stopping by today!