As my children were growing up, we had a house with room for our children and their friends to play. We kept our big dining room table open for cards, puzzles,board games. The pool was always ready for Marco Polo, volleyball and diving competition. Our yard welcomed games of croquet and badminton. We often had 20 – 30 kids at one time and sometimes as many as 50. The memories will long outlive the street lamp in the front. My children were all home this past weekend for a late Easter. We stayed up late eating, laughing and playing games.
swarms of giggles
one yard, play four seasons
makes a house a home
Do kids make your house seem more like a home?
The prompt at Poets United Midweek Motif is Home.
I am participating in the A to Z Challenge and visiting these folks today: