Mike and I were able to go out on the snowmobiles once by ourselves, it was really pretty out, and we went out onto the lake, and even though I know it's frozen solid, I still get a little nervous, but it's so much fun.
Then we took the kids out onto the lake, they weren't scared at all.
There was a bonfire and fireworks in town on Saturday night, so before that, we went out for pizza and wings, as well as adult beverages. Mike ordered peanut butter wings, which sounds weird, but they're really good. My brother in law described it perfectly, it's like they're coated in a Thai peanut sauce. Reaaaly good.
I hit the bathroom before heading out to the fireworks. Total non-sequitur, but whenever I use a public bathroom and I see a toilet plunger next to the toilet, to me that means the toilet isn't trust worthy, and I'm going to flood it. I did that once at work, I was the first one in the office, and I flooded the toilet so badly that I had to run to the lobby and get the security guard to come and help me. So now I have a fear of faulty toilets.
Anyway. The great thing about fireworks in the winter, is that you don't have to wait until nine o'clock for the sun to go down. They started at seven, which meant the kids got to bed at a decent hour. It was pretty cool to watch them over the bonfire.
Winter break is o-ver. Tomorrow, back to business. : )