Wednesday, January 31, 2007

PLEASE SNOW!

This was the moon the night before it snowed!


Noah would like to tell everyone to pray for snow so he doesn't have to go to school :) So start the snow dance!!


10 comments:

Miranda said...

Speaking of snow...it makes me think of no school, which makes me think of my kids at school. Then, that makes me think of how the kids come in every day now, look at your chicken picture I printed out and ask, "Which one is Gretchen again?" (Since we have a Gretchen at school) HA! You should see the drawings they made of ways to keep foxes away from the chickens (It was their idea after I told them the story of "Hurt Girl," which caused them great concern.)...How about some stairs that are too small for the fox to climb up? Could you build a moat?...and then I heard a rather practical solution...SHUT THE GATE! Thanks for the pictures and names. It's funny how the children forget "Non-Descript" but remember the other three names...
Thank you for the way you scaffold learning at my school from the farm...that kind of stuff is my favorite to teach!

Joy said...

That last picture is the most adorable face ever! As far as the snow, there will still be school for joy since state refuses to close... grrr.
Miranda, your kids sound so funny, I love the logic of little children!

Carroll said...

Noah's snow dance worked! Tell him to keep dancing!!!

NANA said...

Thanks Noah for doing the snow dance....keep it up....I want to go home from work...

babyarnie said...

Miranda, I love that story. It makes me feel connected to you so far away!! Hopefully we'll supply some more material for you soon!!

And Noah says you are all welcome for the say off and snow ;)

lovingcjm said...

You dont really know me but Im Lydia's neighbor and friend anyways you have an adorable son! Not that you didnt already know that I am sure!

4kids&luvit said...

...and that would be my friend Heather that I'm always talking about:)
Thanks for the snow, Noah. Dance a little harder next time though, won't you? I want it to stay for a day or two.

Richpo the Magnificent said...

Yeah, that's Heather, our neighbor. She has some weird condition which forces her to rummage through our trash bin late at night.

Don't ask...

babyarnie said...

I;ve heard lots of good things about you Heather!! See ya at the swap!

Elizabeth said...

I love that last picture! it's so cute!