And this is how we started our New Year. Scott and I were using the bobcat and the tractor to move dirt around since it was a lovely sunny day in Southern Oregon. We’d been moving dirt to the garden plot for over an hour, when I started wondering what my boys were doing inside. It was awfully quiet. Spells trouble. Who’s hurting whom, I’m thinking. I’m just getting ready to go inside, when out they come with a bag of homemade Boomerangs they’re going to sell for a Dollar at the end of our Driveway for a Dollar each. (Made from tongue depressors)
As cute as their idea was – we couldn’t let them be out at the driveway by themselves. What kinds of crazy parents would we be? The Doberman’s were nearby, but forraging more than protecting, damn dogs. So, we took a couple pictures and then they put their stuff away.
But, how adorable is their teamwork? So cute it almost makes me forget their darker moments.
3 thoughts on “Boomerangs for Sale!”
They are so cute! I love when kids use their imagination like that. Right now my girls have a big fort in the family room and are getting along rather than arguing.What you’re doing right now sounds like the dream my husband and I have, to be able to move to where we have space to live off the land. I look forward to following your blog.
And I look forward to following your gardening progress. I think you know more than me by a long shot. We are such newbies!! Thanks for stopping by!
Hi Liesl and thank you for visiting my blog! I like these pictures!This is what my boys like to do, but mostly in summer! They sell lemonade and otter pops.