My son is now sick. I think it’s my fault. I must’ve overindulged him in too much snow. I did get what I wished for. We had a good amount of snow these past few days.
After seeing this much snow from my son’s bedroom window, it was only natural for him to want to go outside and play.
So last Friday, I took him out for a long walk in the woods.
It was -4C that day, but the cold did not seem to bother us. We were having fun! We crossed the woods to get to the other part of town. Everytime we find a little inclined space, we take advantage in sliding downhill on his sled.
By the time we got home, he was literally spent. He didn’t even wait to get to his room. He just crashed on the sofa.
This past weekend, we went skating with some friends. Because he is still too young to skate, we placed my son on a sled so he can still enjoy the ice with us. It was very cool. Unfortunately, that didn’t do him well. He got cold. And because he was also tired, getting sick was inevitable.
Now I am nursing him back to health. Hopefully, we can cut the “down time” so we can enjoy the snow all over again.
I am quite anxious to go skating tomorrow. Due to the extremely low temperatures, the lakes, ponds and some rivers in CZ are frozen. To take advantage of this natural phenomenon, we have planned on going to Stara Lysa to go skating with some friends.
I don’t own skates simply because I couldn’t skate. Prior to having Jakub, we used to go ice skating at the Pasadena Ice Skating rink with some friends. All I can remember was I fell so many times. If not for my husband’s presence I wouldn’t have enjoyed it. I only managed to go through the rink a couple of times since Jiri was always holding my hand, or I was always holding the rails.
The other day, my husband gave me a pre-valentine gift by buying me my own pair of skates and some winter sports gear. It is such a pleasant surprise.
There will be no more rails to hold come Saturday. I’m praying that my legs will hold me steady enough not to fall so many times. Otherwise, I may depreciate the value of these items long before I enjoy them.