Tuesday, March 18, 2008

Pictures on a Tuesday

Here are some pictures from yesterday.I figured I'd post
them before I forgot.It was sunny and not very cold,
we actually went outside and played in the yard a bit
before Farmer Dad got home,
We looked for anything green in the yard and came in for dinner.

I'll post more pictures about what is coming to life in our corner of the Garden State
on my garden blog if anyone is interested.
Dinner was delicious.
Corned beef,cabbage and mashed potatoes along with homemade bread.
Farmer Dad and I had a beer, Princess enjoyed her "Shirley Temple".

While I got dinner on the table, they practiced the piano together,
and after dinner we played games at the cleared table.
Here are some pictures of her new game from the Leprechaun.;-)
We had to wait for Farmer Dad to come home and blow the pieces up.

It was a lot of fun!
Then Princess watched a bit of t.v. while I read a book and we
all turned in for a fairly early night.
Before I forget....
Our seeds that we started Saturday
are poking out a bit and it is feeling like Spring will arrive after all.


Heather said...

What a wonderful day! So much fun!

Poppy & Mei said...

Wow! Just catching up. You have been busy! Xxx

Cher Mere said...

those math blocks looks fun!

Michelle Waters said...

Spring seems to have arrived at your place... just in time for Easter. Great pictures!

Mariposa said...

The game looks like fun! That is neat the your plants are already coming up.

amanda said...

I love that you had a traditional dinner for St. Paddy's. I think I'll do that next year. I know my Irish husband would love it.

That numbers game looks like fun. You all have the best games. Have I said that before??

What a happy, busy day. And whoo-hoo for spring!

Angela said...

What a great week so far! I am having "sprout envy", thinking I should have tried to get somethings started around here.

Shirley Temples...I haven't thought of them in years!

Rockin' Moroccan Mama said...

Yummy, I love corned beef and cabbage. Sounds like a good week so far. I love the numbers game. Way funner than worksheets. *wink*

chanale said...

Ooh, homemade bread - I could go for some of that. It looks like you had an enjoyable St. Patrick's Day. I'm disappointed we had to miss the big parade here (because the children's librarian just retired, and E was begging to go to the party).

Mrs. Darling said...

Looks like you've been busy! I love baking bread!

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