There was an incident today. And no, nothing froze on my watch for once. It was semi-warm-ish outside, so we decided we better suit up and get some fresh air. Dylan assumed the position. He knows the drill.
“Put Avery next to me!” Okay.
“Avery! Avery! Smile for mom! Smile, Avery!”
Give her a hug, that will work!
Avery trying to ignore his pleas (and mine).
Come on Avery! Humor us!
How about a kiss? Will that cheer you up?
BUahahahaha! Totally caught a fun brother/sister fight on camera! Loved it!
Then, since Avery couldn’t ride on the snowmobile, we hit the road in the bike cart. Didn’t get too far tho b/c the front wheel is all wonky. So we had to modify and tip it back to get it to go.
We tried to walk to the bridge to see if the otters were out sunning themselves, but with the wonky bike cart and the dang snowmobilers – the side road was a better choice. We call this, “Carol’s Road.” A lady named Carol lives on that road. Carol rocks the short shorts while mowing. Did I just say that? Too much information? I have more dirt on Carol, but I’ll save that for telling you about – oh – never! Anyway, back on topic. Dylan is making “dinosaur tracks” here and asking if I think the snowmobilers will be scared when they see said tracks. YES.
Then he asked to take pictures of us. I agreed. (I bet you see where this is going)
“Okay Mom! Run!”
“I got it! Another one!”
And that was the incident. The point and shoot took a nasty fall. Normally, he recovers so well, but this time was different. He’s not moving.
See how that lens is a little wonky?
I’m hoping Mr Fix It can fix it when he gets back from his old man hockey tournament. I read online that if we take a little eyeglass screwdriver and gently stick it in there and give it a little lift that it will spring back into place. I hope so anyway!
Well, I must now unwind with my tea. I sure do miss my other half when he’s gone! It was a LONG day.