These geese are part of the
They visit my parents multiple times a day for
The Chesapeake Bay Children and a couple of their friends were busy
Now I should mention that we don't really have a functioning sled, just like we don't have a functioning
Not one bit.
After I mentally plotted my snow evacuation route to the nearest hospital for BB gun wounds but before I could holler, "Why are you dragging THAT all the way across the yard?" they had devised their own way of tackling this sled-less situation.
Yes, they did what anyone else would do.
They dragged the canoe to the back yard and pushed each other down the hill in it.
Welcome to Chesapeake Bay Woman's house, where on any given day you might see a crazed woman
p.s. "You'll shoot your eye out!" is the line from one of my all-time favorite movies that also involves snow. What is it?
OK, since that was too easy, how does one reconcile the fact that as a child one was free to do whatever one wanted--including riding a pony on the shoulder of Route 198 from Hudgins to the Tastee Freeze-- with no parental supervision, yet as the parent one cannot help but envision every possible worst-case scenario such as eyes being shot out or bones and teeth being broken by canoes