Pictures from last week.
From one extreme to the other…55 degrees and bike riding to snow. Our snow was wet, muddy, and overcast but still fun for the two hours it stayed on the ground….
This is what happened while I was putting the bikes away in the garage. Ada has found a weakness in her plans for world domination.
And then the brief snow…which lasted only a few hours before being consumed by the ever present mud.
This has been a very non-wintery winter.
We saw some mysterious foot prints in the snow.
Rosie screamed, “I wish I didn’t forget my magnifying glass!”
Future roller derby champion? Watch out world.
Actually this was in concentration, following the mysterious foot prints to the woods.
The clouds were making it really, really gray and ugly outside.
What! One set of foot prints disappeared completely under these trees in the shadows. We decided the owner must have picked up his dog.
Ada always finds the bliss. 33 degrees and melting snow with drizzle? Of course this is wonderful!
“I hongry Mommy!”
Sorry love, we didn’t bring snacks or a picnic today…
That’s ok! Keep marching while singing The Grand Old Duke of York!
The foot prints led in a circle. Rosie was disappointed. And the snow was almost all melted.
Within half an hour of taking this picture it was completely gone and back to green grass.
Despite our warm weather, despite our stupid stereotypes…I still love Kentucky. This is two minutes from my house.