Letters From Camp: Rainy Days And Ice Cream
|Cinnamon Ice Cream with Hot Fudge|
Dear Mom and Dad,
It's raining today. Rainy days at camp seem like they would be a bummer, but we always manage to make the best of it. Sometimes rainy days are the disguises for resting days or just plain play days. Today, we made it a play day, which worked out well for everyone.
The kids took our their Legos, made a tent, and then watched a movie. This of course after a little reading comprehension and math work book time- no television until the work's done, right? See, I'm repeating some of your parenting strategies.
I, on the other hand, took out my ice cream maker and decided to play in my kitchen. With the kids busy there was no one to say, "you're putting that in ice cream?" So fabulous! I tried out a batch of what I can only call Mexican Red Velvet. It's more pink than red, but it's a spicy chocolate too, kind of like Mexican Hot Chocolate. It isn't quite right, but with one or two more rainy days, I should be much closer.
With summer fruit at it's peak, I also delved into Black Raspberry. Dad, you know Abby loves this as much as you do, and let me just say that I'm trying really hard to save you some for when you visit. It's awesome, and one of my best creations, along with Coffee.
|Don't you wish you had a spoon?|
Love from my kitchen on a rainy day,
Why I'm writing Letters From Camp to my parents.
Mmm, ice cream! Rainy days are a lot of fun. I love reading during them.ReplyDelete
wonderful letter-thank you. Personally, I just love rainy days.ReplyDelete
Wow, looks great and I don't even like ice cream :)ReplyDelete
Awesome that you are writing letters from camp to Mom and Dad... that is a "cool" idea :)
I've been cutting back on ice cream lately and this isn't helping. Awesome letter. Btw, I tagged you on my blog today. :)ReplyDelete
Okay, now you've done it! Now I'm fixated on ice cream. That was cruel, but it sure made my mouth water.ReplyDelete
Yes I do wish I had a spoon!! and some of your ice-cream too!ReplyDelete