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March 10, 2009 in Tuesday SAS
It has been 129 days since our family has gone on a picnic. This is too long.
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March 10, 2009 at 7:35 pm
Picnics are the best! When we lived in Erie, someone was always having a picnic. Every department in the church had a picnic–nursery, children’s, music, media…and of course, the all church picnic, plus the relatives, the school picnics, shop picnic…
Not as many picnics where we live now. We should plan more of our own.
Occasionally, I have been to a winter picnic, where we put down blankets, eat on paper products, and serve picnic food. Not the same, I know, but kind of fun:-)
March 11, 2009 at 11:50 am
” I have been to a winter picnic, where we put down blankets, ”
Do you have any tips? Do you put the blanket on the ground? Or do you mean an inside picnic? Those are fun, too.
March 12, 2009 at 7:44 am
Just put the blankets on the floor inside. We used to do this if we had friends over and since all the kiddos couldn’t fit at the table, we’d have a little picnic. You can get as elaborate as you want with picnic baskets, decorations, little cutout ants or flowers. We never went that elaborate, but I suppose it could be fun to do all that, too.
Haven’t ever done an outdoor winter picnic, but we have been to friends houses where we stood around the fire pit in the snow roasting marshmallows, drinking hot chocolate and eating cookies and donut holes, etc. Sing Christmas carols if it’s December. Living where we could get 140 inches of snow in a season, we had to find ways to make winter fun and not wait until spring.
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