Knitting stuff and going on and on.

Saturday, March 10, 2007

Sky and fun, I hope.

Today's sky is a beautiful blue and after the rain yesterday, the snow has gone down a bit and I have hope for an early spring. Maybe this year the children will be able to search for Easter Eggs outside in t-shirts. It's pretty rare to have no snow at Easter here. Although last year we didn't have much left. The odd bank in the bush.

Remember these? Some of you won't, but some of us do. Toddler, strap-on, dual blade ice skates! We only had brown, white or black when we were little, but when presented with the choice of brown, white, blue and pink, you know Girly was taking the pink. There isn't any Kindergym today so we are going to see if the outdoor ice rink is clear and not too busy. Girly really wants to go skating.

I'll let you know if I come back bruised and feeling clumsy. It shouldn't be too bad since I'll be in boots. Girly will have a ball.



  • cool skates!
    be careful on the ice ;-)
    thanks for my comment!

    By Blogger vanessa, at 9:31 AM, March 10, 2007  

  • Great sky!! Hope you had fun skating!

    By Blogger Sus, at 11:07 AM, March 10, 2007  

  • yeah, those weren't big in texas. i thought you were holding up a plastic sandwich box.
    good luck with the triple salchows

    By Anonymous IHateToast, at 2:38 PM, March 10, 2007  

  • We usually have "White Easters" here too - no matter how great and spring-like the weather was before, around Easter time we usually got one of our last shares of snow. I highly doubt this is going to be the case this year though!
    Cool skates indeed - have fun skating!

    By Anonymous Dipsy, at 10:55 PM, March 10, 2007  

  • Oh, those skates are brilliant. I've never seen strap-on ice skates, only strap-on roller skates. Awesome.

    By Blogger FemiKnitMafia, at 11:08 AM, March 11, 2007  

  • Those skates are precious! Like FemiKnit, I've only ever seen the roller skate variety. I hope ya'll had a wonderful time ice skating.

    By Blogger Kristy, at 5:02 PM, March 11, 2007  

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