But I also have three wonderful daughters, and this weekend we got to spend some time together.
Last night, Sarah (whom I call Josie) and I slept out in our trailer. It was a wet, chilly, blustery night, in other words, typical November Utah weather. But that's okay, because the trailer has a good built-in heater. It also has AC outlets, so we took a little TV and DVD player out and watched movies until we fell asleep. (Before that, we enjoyed some pizza, sodas, and candy bars.) It was just like camping!
|Like camping, but with pizza, movies,|
and indoor plumbing 100 feet away.
This morning, Keely, Lydia, and I went to a Daddy-Daughter activity at the church. We had a nice breakfast and made little glass snowman ornaments. Who says dads can't be crafty? It was fun, and hopefully something they'll remember for a long time. (Ensuring this was kind of the point of the ornaments, so I wrote little messages on their backs.)*
|The nice thing about these girls is they're pretty|
enough to attract the attention of princes, but they
don't mind hanging out with their goofball dad.
* The ornaments' backs, not the girls'