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Last Friday I wrote about a snowy day and shared poems about snow. This past Saturday we spent the day with our granddaughters and the temperature rose to 60 degrees. We are used to change here in Denver but this was quite a difference. It was a lovely day with the girls and I thought I'd share some photos of our time.
Ingrid will be three in April and is a wonder to be around. When she lies down for her nap it is our custom to read two books of her choosing. She still loves Goodnight Moon and lately Red Light, Green Light also by Margaret Wise Brown. This time the routine was the same: "Which two books today, Ingrid?" "Gramma, can we do three books?" "No, you know what we do, two books." Ingrid replies, "How about two and a half?" Well, we did do that, and a few poems too. It's quite fun to be a Gramma!
According to accuweather.com, "Amarillo, Texas, and Jackson, Tenn., have more snow than Chicago this season. There have been mornings when temperatures in Louisiana and Florida have been colder than Maine at the same time."
|Snow-still on the scene!|
|So we stayed in the yard to swing.|
|Grandpa held baby Imogene.|
|Who continues to be serene.|
|While Ingrid wishes most for spring!|