You have always been a very cool dude (even in 1984).
Our nature table got neglected a bit over the summer, and the boys start back to school this week, so last night I cleared it off and started fresh. The golden candle holder has joined Mother Earth – eventually the days will get shorter and we will need the extra light, and Mother Earth stands … More Transitions – into September and a new school year
This year we celebrated Easter with Grandma D and Auntie M. Auntie M is very good at hiding Easter eggs – not everything in this tree is a lemon!
The bunnies have arrived in force. They arrived in the Easter Grass. They arrived in the carrot wagon. And they are all over our nature table.
Now that it is March, it felt appropriate to remove King Winter from the nature table. King Winter has been replaced by a felted-wool Mother Earth, some Root Babies, a family of Mushrooms, the Gnome family, and some four-leaf clover. The Gnome family (from previous scenes) has an umbrella – we’ve had some rain recently, … More March on the Nature Table
We have had frost on our car several mornings, and there is “frost” slowly spreading over the nature table as well. King Winter and his Winter Sprites have joined us. The scene has been set to reflect the shortened days, long nights, and chill in the air. Some festive winter gnomes mingle near a large … More winter on the nature table
We put our tree up last Saturday. It came together nicely. I like our eclectic variety of ornaments, and love how the dinosaurs turned out.
A slideshow of our pumpkin picking adventures this past weekend, and pumpkin carving Monday.
Yesterday at Costco we picked up the Lego Friends Heartlake Lighthouse (because Legos are cool and colors belong to everyone, even if I think the Friend-figs are silly and poorly thought out), and because many years ago (1995), my sister and I fought over Dolphin Point the lighthouse from the Paradisa line (the 1990s version … More 20 years of Lego Lighthouses for Girls