Last month we went to the lake with friends and I had a bunch of glow sticks from the dollar store. There were four kids and each easily had 15 glow sticks. I grabbed the camera a captured some of the fun.
Despite the houses in our area being spread out, we have a neighborhood. I blame Becky. I affectionately refer to her as my crazy neighbor. Crazy in a good way. She has boundless energy and is just bursting with creative ideas. She and her husband Marc have four kids aged 6 and under yet, they are some of the most laid back people I’ve ever met. They are always there to lend a hand, grab a kid off the bus and frequently they open their home to their neighbors for fun times.
This year’s abundant snow fall has enabled the return of the luge. Marc built the first one a two years ago and it was an instant success. Ever since he’s been busy drafting an expanded design. Last year was a snow bust, but this year has been a gold mine for luge construction. This year’s luge features 50% more sliding space including a straight run built for speed and a curvy run full of twists and turns.
A view from the top
You can’t hear it, but he is saying, go, Go, GO!!!
Becky tries out the luge (and sticks the landing!)
We are so grateful to have such fun, community oriented neighbors!
I may complain about some things about living in New Hampshire, but there are many wonderful things about living here too. I love the winter and I love to be outside enjoying the cold weather activities. I’ve decided that people who don’t like snow don’t have the right gear. A good pair of long underwear and waterproof snow pants are crucial to enjoying the brisk temperatures.
My husband was shocked this local church not only allows sledding on their hill, they encourage it. I guess they don’t have many lawyers in their congregation. 🙂
Some of the parents built an awesome jump!
I ❤ this shot.
My mother used to refer to this rosey cheek condition as “Chink Peeks”
Day is done, gone the sun, time for some hot chocolate!
I love the digital age. I love that I can give my son my old digital camera and get a glimpse of how he views the world. None of these shots are mistakes. If you ask him he can tell you exactly what he was photographing.
You also get to see who is important to him. There are lots of pictures of family members. These are the most flattering. Oh and thank you Walt Disney World for feeding his love of maps!
Giving Mim a camera also generates some wonderful self portraits.
He knows he has access to my camera when he wants it. I can’t wait to see what else develops. 😉