A snow day’s tale

It’s a hard fact in our household that there is nothing in this world more exciting than pulling back the curtains and seeing the world around you in a carpet of white.

It’s also fair to say that we started this year in a bit of a funk. Without routine, then struggling to find routine and if I’m honest, a little tired of being grateful, trying not to look beyond each single day. So I’m right in saying that it’s my duty and pleasure to up the embarrassing mother stakes these days, right? That she only has to look to me for that little piece of reassurance!  So that no matter how old you are, no matter what global crisis is surrounding you now,

you will forever have permission from this camp, to act the big kid and do the happy ‘white stuff dance.

We shot some unique basket ball hoops, grabbed the old fin-less windsurf board and headed to a snow field, all in a morning’s hard play.

Grateful for nature’s own (snow) curve ball intervention right here.

Artifact Motherhood is a collaboration of artists/mothers from around the world. Sharing stories of the joys and struggles of our journey. Our hopes and dreams for our children. With little nuggets of wisdom here and there. These are more than photographs with dates written on the back. These are the artifact we are leaving behind for children and the generations to come.

Please visit the next artist in our blog circle, the talented Gwendolyn Athman and continue through all the artists until you get back to me.

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