Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Snow Day

No school today, 6 inches of snow keeps the school bus from running.

So the grand kids came to spend a day with Grandma and Grandpa.

I played with Lizzie and even made her a pony tail. I swear she's going to be a quilter. I got up from the quilt frame and went into the kitchen. When I came back she was standing in my chair. Okay well maybe she will be a climber instead of a quilter.

The best part of snow day is "Child Labor". Did I really just say that?









However Grandpa did reward them with some of Grandma's homemade cocoa with
marshmellows!

Tonight it's 9 degrees with a wind chill of -20. It's suppose to be even colder tomorrow night. Keep warm everyone!

12 comments:

Barb said...

I am sure you are having a grand snow day!!

Karen said...

A little labor is a good thing! And we are buried in snow, with more to come! Me and my big mouth!

katie said...

Yes, pretty much snowed in here. Maybe it is just the cold that makes me want to stay home.
I think Elizabeth will be a quilter one day.
Keep those grandkids safe and warm as I know you will.

Nancy said...

School is closed here for another day..glad I don't have little ones here to drive me buggy..lol

Although I wish the grandkids were closer so I could help with snow days..

Janet said...

That's one way to enjoy the day with the grands! Just make them think its a game though!

Lynn said...

Nothing wrong with child labor lol I would love a cup of that hot cocoa :o)

StitchinByTheLake said...

Thank goodness I made it out of there before ya'll just turn into the north pole or something! :) blessings, marlene

Zoey said...

It sounds like you had a fun day with the grands.

I am sure they are well rewarded for any labor they provide! :)

Deanna said...

I'll bet those two didn't mind a little child labor a bit. Maybe we can turn your climber into a quilter eventually.

I'm tired of this cold!

Tipper said...

I just bet she will be a quilter someday : ) Glad they enjoyed the snow-and helped out too.

Val said...

Don't you just love it!!! I love having them and I love giving them back!!! lol I guess that is why Grandparents have so much fun. We get to do the fun things with them!!!

Jeri Landers said...

I wish I had a little grand daughter to put in braids, but ours are 2600 miles away.
This kind of weather is just right for quilting and grandkids. I think you will like my new book, out in early summer, the main character is a quilter, but she is also a bear.