Monday, January 16, 2012
When my dad and I were driving to the restaurant for the annual Dad and Daughter Dinner Saturday, we noticed that at 6 p.m. it was not yet dark. In the mornings, light has broken the night by about 7:20.
So while today may be Blue Monday – the considered the most depressing day of the year – the fact that it is not dark all the time, makes me quite happy.
Helping pass the winter blahs is the fact our ice rink is everything we had hoped for.
While our guy still has no interest in using it with skates, he has discovered the joy of being pushed around on a chair.
You can get great speeds, particularly if Daddy is pushing while he is on skates.
We are trying to get out as often as possible. Last night we went for about a half a hour before my toes got cold and bed called my name.
I have decided the sound of blades on ice is one of the most wonderful sounds.
I am not much of a skater but I certainly have improved. I can now slow down and do little twirls without landing on my bum.
And I purposely slide my skate across the ice just so I can hear the sound of it.
During our bathroom break at the Real Canadian Superstore, I discovered cooking classes for children.
I am so excited. There are three I am considering signing our guy up for. I think he will love it.
We made Oscar the Grouch Garbage Pail cookies Friday night.
The recipe was found in a Cookie Monster cookie book we bought for our guy for Christmas.
Oh how times have changed.
According to Cookie Monster, cookies are a sometime snack and you should always eat your fruits and vegetables first.
It seems sad to mess with Cookie Monster’s diet of cookies, lots of them, all the time and eaten at an incredibly fast pace.