The Buckaroos started off the weekend riding their Go-Kart, yes, it is still working. We have not had a Go-Kart Debacle for a while, I better go knock on wood right now!
Little Buckaroo is a very safe driver, no they do not have on helmets. Believe me, they were not going fast enough for me to have to even jog to keep up with them. Not that I would jog, or run, unless someone was chasing me.
The lure of a mud puddle was too much to resist. Big Buckaroo was washing our vehicles and the water ran down the driveway and made this "oh so fun" pool of clothes staining mush.
For some reason, I do not think Little Buckaroo is remotely worried about getting the mud stains out of his clothes. Yes, his brother does whatever he does, and I would not change that.
Now, this is fun! I pray that they continue to delight in the strength and wildness that God created in them. I want them to grow into adventurous men, not bored boy's whose hearts are lost to emasculation. Alright, enough of my Wild at Heart preaching today.
I think this picture would be an ideal advertisement for a Gap and Old Navy outdoor line for kids.
We did have a bit of a "skunk episode" on Saturday. We were finishing up lunch outside on the deck and Big and Little Buckaroo had walked up to the garden, I ran inside to the kitchen and Littlest Buckaroo was still on the deck eating. I heard Big Buckaroo screaming for me, I ran out and a skunk was running across our yard. Our crazy boxer, Lucky, was chasing the skunk, right up to our house. As the skunk was trying to get under the one way under our house, he sprayed Lucky, well, he was not very lucky that day. All the windows in the house were open to get the fresh air from the beautiful day, but then, skunk smell!!!!! After putting out vinegar, turning on all ceiling fans, opening all house windows and doors, then leaving for a couple of hours, the house was almost skunk smell-less. Oh, the life of The Park Wife.
Have a wonderful day,
The Park Wife