When we got our lovely dump of snow, we did what every family with a 10-year-old boy does, and we went sledding. 🙂
It was fun! I was expecting for it to hurt more. It’s been that long since I’ve gone sledding, and there is a fair amount of falling out of the sled, and laying on your back wondering if you sprained anything. But I walked away with minimal injury.
This is me after dumping out the sled. Just proof that I actually went down several times, in case you needed it.
Mr. Johns got cold before me or our son did. But in his defence, our son is ten and was born in northern Canada, so he’s acclimatized. And I was wearing an arctic parka.
I hope you’re enjoying your winter as much as we’re enjoying ours! Have a wonderful Christmas season, everyone! ❤
Have you ordered my book yet? You can get it now, or you can wait to find it on the shelves in your favourite bookstore later this month. 🙂
Two stubborn hearts. One ranch.
Could Montana Twins unite them?
With orphaned twin infants to care for, Casey Courtright hoped to buy the ranch he works on—but he can’t match Ember Reed’s offer. Nevertheless, Casey agrees to show Ember the land she plans to use for her therapy center, but only if she’ll help him with the babies. And as the twins draw them together, Casey might just find that Ember is his perfect partner.