SNOWY SHOWERS IN MAY AND MOTHER’S DAY

In Northwestern, PA, we had snow flurries today.  We had a trace amount in 2017, but the last recorded accumulating snowfall in my city occurred in May of 1925 and in 1966, we had 3.1 inches. I don’t know about you, but I am ready for sunny, warm weather.

What can we do indoors on this chilly day?

Simon says “Stop”

Mom gives the “Green light”

And together we build

Boxes piled high

Towers of love

Gathered printed pictures

Create a puzzle scene

Cards of “Old Maid” and “Go Fish”

Freeze

You’re “board”

Mom’s “game”

Memory items

Hide and then seek

No sports on tv

Mom scores

A bucket and balled up socks

Masking tape on the basement floor

The hopscotch games begin

“The sun is shining let’s go outside and play.”

“But mom I enjoyed staying in with you all day”

– Carole Lynn Jones

A mother is she who can take the place of all others but whose place no one else can take – Cardinal Mermillod

Happy Mother’s Day

Love to all the moms out there!

About Carole Lynn Jones

Writer
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