One Way to Keep WarmPosted Wednesday, December 7, 2011, at 11:36 AM
Monday was very cold, if you remember. We had a Bonfire planned... and I wondered if we would have "No Shows"
I should have known those that like to have fun wouldn't let me down!
We did our normal Monday riding lesson. By the end of the lesson, the girls were just about rattling our of their skin.
We started the Bonfire with help from my son.
It got quite tall and big....and HOT
I was wondering "How are we going to roast weinies on this?" Can't get close enough to do it.... hehheheh. I contributed to "Global Warming" this evening!
I had to rescue the bag of Marshmallows that were sitting on a wooden spool. The bag was starting to melt!
What had to happen was a 2nd fire had to be made...so that it was small enough to get close enough to, to be able to roast a dog
We had plenty of dogs, mustard & ketsup. And we "wait" on no one! Kids become independent at our house, or they go hungry!
Here, Al is showing off her perfectly golden browned Marshmallow
Bryce is saying "bye bye" to Jess. He's ready for bed.
Another perfectly browned Marshmallow
Jess, caught texting at dinner. An infraction!
Jilly mentioned her toes were cold, so Wayne is helping her roast them!
Then he hugs her head tightly, before hugging her "Goodnight"
Al made the mistake of saying Her feet were cold... you know the answer to that!
Somewhere along the line, that bag of Marshmallows exploded on my backside. I am very grateful it was noticed before I sat on my furniture!
We did have fun! And we plan another one in a month or so. Stop by if you see it!
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