Monday, January 4, 2010

Simple Winter Pleasures #4


Even when you don't feel like it, sometimes you just have to stop and play a game! Tonight it was Hi Ho Cherrio...so glad we took the time!
Kobuk made the game extra interesting when he decided he would spin the spinner too! lol

3 comments:

Trudy Callan said...

Yep. I know what you mean. I play games with my kids all of the time. We play Trouble, Mouse Trap, Candy Land, Rockem Sockem Robots and card games.

Thanks so much for leaving a comment on my art blog. It's so nice to meet you. I went to your other blog, too. Lots of fun. I thought I would leave a comment here, though, since this is where you've posted most recently.

I love the idea of the Rosemary wreath. It sounds really beautiful and what a perfect way to capture the memories from those nature walks. I would love to see a picture of it. If you want to email one to me, I would be happy to post it on my blog with a link to your blog. If you don't want me to post it, I will just enjoy looking at it myself and use it as a guide for when we make ours. You can get my email address on my profile. Hope to hear from you soon.

God bless and happy homeschooling and crafting.

Nathaniel said...

hi Hallie,
I just read your comment on my blog. Yes, that must have been me in your class. I took Deb Tharp's intermediate photo class in fall of 2001, I believe. How did you happen to find my blog?
:)
Nathaniel

Hallie said...

Nathaniel,
That is so cool! I have wondered where you ended up! I remember a photo you did that was soaked in coffee grounds and burned on the edges...I have always regreted not asking you if I could buy it! lol
I just happen to follow http://movingtoak.blogspot.com/ and they posted a link to your blog today! What a small world! I brought up your blog with a pic but wasn't sure if that was you or not. I remember you with much longer hair! :)
So nice to be in touch, I always really enjoyed your work! Mine on the other hand, has turned into documenting my girls' world! Maybe I will get back into weddings someday. Boy I wish I'd have know you did that when I got married!!
Can't wait to see what you do next!