There once was a cold winters day
Out in the snow kids wanted to play
Cold did the wind blow
And down came the snow
As the kids ran out the door to play
However, even with it being so cold, we still go outside to play. My only rules are that the kids come in when I say–unless they get cold first–, keep their faces covered, and when they come in, get something hot to drink!
Megan is expert at sledding downhill with a barely noticeable slit to see through. Since someone has to help her back up the trail, she is perfectly happy to sled “blind”. The rest of us prefer to see!
We learned they are five lines long with two syllables in the first line. Then they have four, six, eight and then two syllables again in the last line. They don’t have to rhyme, which makes it easier to do.
Working all night
Painting exquisite pictures
For excited discovery
The activity category for the park’s photo contest can be any picture taken in one of the county parks. I took a lot of pictures this year as I experimented and learned how to use my camera better, but none that really stand out. I had fun with these pictures, and it will be fun to share them with others.
Of course, I have an extra picture included. I think I know which one I will pull, but which do you think should be taken out?
In case you are interested; I pulled the tire swing picture.
The humor category for the photo contest I am entering was the most difficult, but the most fun. The rules were “to depict some sort of humorous nature or park theme.” Here are my four favorite photos. I know which one that I will not include, but if you had to leave one out, which would it be?
Update:Â I left out the Nature photographer picture.