Sunday, March 11, 2012

Sundays, Sharp Top and The Peaks, Save the Daylight

1. One by one, the occupants of the household find a spot to nap and the house grows very quiet. A short while later, refreshed, they gather back in the kitchen and ask, "What shall we do now?"
2. We decide a walk would be nice, but we don't want to follow the road. Instead, we take to the fields and follow the tree line, stopping at hilltops to scope out the view. At the far hill, we sit and relax until we're ready to walk home.
3. Everyone has gone and thanks to DST the sun is still high at 5:30. I change into work clothes and go outside to plant some bricks. I have a full two hours of light to work in!


  1. It's nice that you do things as a family that way - it's clear you all are very close.

  2. Elizabeth- I do enjoy unstructured Sunday afternoons!

    Lynn- We've experienced spells of teenage angst and bits of rebellion over the years. But we've come out on the other side in good shape, as close and loving as I could ever hope. : )

  3. I always have a difficult time coping with the spring time change. We have not had ours yet. Family times are the best of times. xxoo