Hot peppers at a fall festival
It’s chick season once again with farm stores clearing out whole sections of merchandise to make space for the little peepers. As peepers go, most single men are anxious for a different kind of chick season while the chicks are anxious for the warm season to wear their spring clothes.
Everyone wants something!
The title of this post brought back memories from childhood when, like the little bird in the picture, we played King of the Mountain.
It took several recalls to remember the name of the game when the goal was to prevent anyone from knocking you off the top of a pile of dirt. Many hours of fun and laughter without a phone or computer.
While we understand that children do still play outside, our internet search for the name of “King of the Mountain” returned computer game after computer game.
If you are searching for outdoor activities to play with your children, the people at this website have a list of 30. We have very fond memories of laughing and playing those games and some of them as adults like Red Rover, our favorite!
If we could use the above analogy on our lives, we believe our lives are wonderfully exciting and fulfilling. The Hosta plant represents what we miss and the itty bitty tiny fly represents what we don’t miss about spring/summer.