Thursday, February 23, 2006

Gone Skating

I may not get a chance to blog today as my nine-year-old daughter, who’s been so enthralled by the Winter Olympics, has talked me into to taking her ice skating today.  I have a feeling we will both have renewed appreciation for the figure skaters that we’ll watch later tonight after we spend the day falling on our butts.

6 Comments:

Anonymous roberta kelly said...

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Mollie, may you and your daughter enjoy ice skating. It is a wonderful experience. My father used to create our very own private ice skating rink in our back yard, Anchorage, Alaska (1956-1960). He would change the color for my sis and I, with food coloring! We moved from Texas to Alaska before it was part of the US and what a trip when Alaska became a state ~ Texas screamed bloody murder!

9:58 AM  
Blogger Lily said...

Aw, good for you. Have fun!!!!

11:48 AM  
Blogger Rory Shock said...

Yeah, have fun ... see you when you're get back.

1:04 PM  
Blogger The (liberal)Girl Next Door said...

Yeah, I went to the skating rink and all I got was this bruise on my butt. But the kid had fun and that's all that really matters. There were hordes of small children (school is out this week here in Seattle) and they were having a blast falling and sliding around all covered in the white slush that piled up before the Zamboni machine (my daughter's favorite part of the ice skating experience) smoothed it all out again. Sometimes the best thing for a mind skidding toward cynicism is hanging out with kids. In small doses, you can't beat 'em for puttin a smile on your face. Well, unless you're Dick "get off my lawn" Cheney.

6:47 PM  
Blogger a rose is a rose said...

i grew up next to a park ( elizabeth park in hartford/west hartford. famous for their rose gardens) and learned to ice skate when i was very young. I LOVED it. hope you both had wicked fun. i don't even know if they still skate at the park. certainly not this winter as it hasn't been cold enough in the long run

1:48 AM  
Anonymous roberta kelly said...

my sis and me ;-)

this has bothered me since i remembered i wrote it the other way, the i word when i meant the me proper use

just a little fun because you and your daughter did too ~ have fun skating ~

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