Then I just rode around for kicks!
In between tubs of laundry, I stopped in the restaurant here and ordered a salad and sweet potato fries...mm-mm-mm good! Across the room was a young boy sitting with a stack of board games in front of him. A bit later, his grandmother came and sat with him. I overheard something that sounded like "happy news". I went over and introduced myself and asked if I could join them. The woman graciously welcomed me. I asked Andrew, almost 7, if he wanted to share his story with me and he did.
Bright Spot- he decided that the board games needed some organizing, so he came up with a solution. He thought it would be good to get a large plastic container, put all the games in it and make a list of the games on a piece of paper to attach to the box! He told me that would make it easy to find the game you wanted to play. I told him it was brilliant! He chose to share another highlight for him. He went to go get something to show me. He had received the GAME BALL after a baseball game the other day because he pitched and got 2 outs in a row! He even got to the plate/base way before the runner did. He was very pleased with his performance as he should be...what a terrific accomplishment. Way to go, Andrew and thank you for sharing!!!
There was a wagon ride around the facilities this afternoon and I got to wave to all the campers along with all the other the 'kids'on board! Simple pleasures!
|The Goose Family at the Pond|
|Fishing off the bridge|
|Kids loading onto the wagon|
|The wagon ride engine!|
|Wishy Will-Be Wonderland|
|waterway on the grounds|
|good spot to ponder|
|I just LOVE the trees' refection in the water!|