Tuesday, January 22, 2008

It is cold Outside!


Last weekend was a long weekend in America, we celebrated Martin Luther King Day. All our children were home for the weekend! That was nice. So they tackled the puzzle that we got for a Christmas gift on our pool table in the family room.
Wir hatten gerade ein langes Wochenende, weil gestern Martin Luther King Tag war. Alle "Kinder" waren daheim u da es draussen fuerchterlich kalt ist (tagsueber minus 12 Gr. C.) haben sie sich an ein Puzzle gemacht, das wir zu Weihnachten geschenkt bekamen. Sie benutzen unseren Billardtisch als Unterlage.

16 comments:

Amy M. said...

You are blessed! Looks like fun...

Gudl said...

Hi Amy, nice to 'see' you here.
Yes, I know, I am blessed and very grateful!!! Have a great day, LS!!

Olivier said...

j'avoue que je ne suis pas très doué pour les puzzles, a part ceux de ma petite nièce ;o)

I admit that I am not very good at puzzles, a part those of my little niece ;o)

oldmanlincoln said...

This is about as nice as family gets.

Amrita said...

Family time keeps one warm Gudl

Farmgirl_dk: said...

We love to puzzle in our home, too! It's a tradition to always get one started at the beginning of the holiday vacation in December and work it through the break. At times, we have the funniest conversations. Other times, we are simply happy thinking our own thoughts while sitting there together.

Lori said...

What a nice family time! It looks like your kids did pretty well with the puzzle!

gmj said...

We haven't done a puzzle in years! Good Idea for family time!

Mike said...

Interesting. Didn't know you had a day for him. That's wonderful.

joeks said...

We like to do puzzles too. Challenging ones are good, but Too Hard ones are not so much fun. Actually, I only remember one puzzle that we finally had to give up on. It was printed with the same picture (of dozens of leprechauns) on BOTH sides of the puzzle. aaaarrrggghh! :)

Dunja said...

Nice weekend times

Wanda said...

How fun! After Christmas dinner, we tackeled one at my son's house. I think they had to finish it. It was a huge dragon, which my grandsons loves.

Mellimaus said...

A one thousand piece puzzle! It was a lot of fun to do, though!

HaBseligkeiten said...

...puzzeln!!...das erinnert mich an meine Kinderzeit. Mein älterer Bruder hatte eine unheimliche Ausdauer, ich dagegen konnte nicht so lange still sitzen. Einen schönen Abend und liebe Grüße und Gute Besserung an die Patienten,
Heidi

Lisa at Greenbow said...

Such a handsome family. We used to do puzzles in the winter.

Lucia said...

Ich freu mich auch immer, wenn die Kinder schön zusammen spielen ;-))