Thursday, July 2, 2015

Two Winters

Winter school hols are upon us. We've been keeping busy this week with play dates and playgrounds. It was an icy nine degrees today and drizzling rain, but that didn't deter us from going on a little adventure.


First and macarons at 4th Seed.


Then on to Queanbeyan Station to catch a fast train...
...just over an hour north to Goulburn.
We had enough time for a little stroll to the boys favourite park and duck into Roses cafe for a spot of afternoon tea before heading back to the station to catch another train home. It didn't matter that a cold wind blew and the rain was like ice...Harry and Jack were happy exploring and I was happy snapping the gorgeous architecture of the old court house.
A simple day trip that filled little boys hearts to the brim with joy.



"In reality, Little Ones, there are two winters. One made for kids; the other for adults. The one made for adults is always too cold and always too long. The one made for kids is always perfect. A kid winter is an endless and wild snow carnival where all the rides are free."

Carew Papritz, The Legacy Letters: His Wife, His Children, His Final Gift.


xx Em

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