Strap on your goggles. Put on your best snow sledding face and bring your sled and loved ones. It wouldn't hurt to bring some snacks and drinks either. This can make you rabidly hungry.
I have a high forehead and a pencil neck, but this look really accentuates that.
Levi's face is tatered from a cold he's had :( poor baby. But he LOVED playing!
Below...Jon, Levi and Nathan sledding
And me and Levi sledding (below).
Don't let me fool you. I was scared to DEATH!
It was fun for all- except when Nathan got in trouble for taking the sled off the edge of the road and dragging his hands when Dad was pulling (Oops! He's still six = many more lessons to learn).
New Year's sledding was a recovery from a day spent at a nearby small-town pool. That place was a blast!
Everyone spent some time in the water with our friends from church and I perfected a backwards somersault into the pool.
Reedsport may be the only pool in the country that has a rope swing (like what you climbed in grade school) over it's deep end.
Perhaps the best fun I have had all year was the giant NERF Gun war we got into at home. I blasted my husband 100 or so times in the chest, head, back and buns! Heh heh. Don't worry- the favor was returned.
And after all that "partying" I have many blogs to catch up on! Happy new year to you all!