Friday, February 4, 2011

At Play

Children's games are hardly games. Children are never more serious than when they play. MONTAIGNE, Essays

I love to watch kids at play. Their imagination fascinates me daily. On any given day, at our house, you may find:

A race car driver

a chef

a railroad conductor

a ballerina-princess

a scooter racer

a teacher reading a story to her class

a builder and designer

an actress

a veterinarian

a daddy

a couple of silly clowns

Ahhh, the many faces of my kids at play! Such a joy to behold!


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