Wednesday, 21 January 2015

How to be late for school....

Leave the house at the normal time not realising that there is so much ice outisde....
Walk like slow, fat penguins trying not to slip on the ice....
Scream "Oh my god" every time you see a frozen puddle....
Stamp on every puddle and break the mentioned ice....
Get that excited you nearly pull your dad enough for him to slip....
Don't walk on the grass that isn't so slippy...Where's the fun in that....
Get your dad to drag you along so you're sliding all over the place....


So stressful!! I hate the ice!! Ellie of course loves it and had a wonderful time walking to school!!

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  1. Ah yes, I can imagine that's stressful! Great fun for Ellie, not so much fun for you!

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    1. She loved it....lol Me, not so much x

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  2. Our house is up a steep slope so the school 'slide' is a nightmare!! Let's hope it all melts soon!!

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    1. Eek! I think Ellie would love a steep slope to slide down....lol x

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  3. I do too - I always panic and have visions of them breaking an arm! They just love it and think they're ice skating!

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  4. Lol that's the best way to travel to school even if you're late, fun times.xx

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  5. I envy those who had got snow ... after seeing this maybe not anymore =P #WickedWednesdays

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  6. Our kids are so disappointed our forecast of snow didn't appear. They would be jealous of this,
    #wickedwednesdays

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    1. There wasn't much to be jealous of.....We didn't have snow....Just ice! x

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  7. Ahh, but how to have fun though!! And so much learning going on, I bet loads of the children were late!

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    1. There were a few kids late....Especially those who walked x

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  8. As long as you had fun sometimes its ok being late ones in a while x

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    1. Totally! I don't think the teachers would agree though x

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  9. Kids are danger magnets aren't they?! Hope you got a cuppa after that school run! #WickedWednesdays

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    1. They sure are....She scares the life out of me! lol

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  10. Aaaw hahaha us here will be late for school waiting for snow. lol xx

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  11. We haven't had any ice or snow. If we did we would be late too. So much fun to be had.

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    1. Oh yes! We are still waiting for snow too...

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  12. I drive if there's even a hint of frost. Getting too old for the cold ;)

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    1. I wish we could but neither my fella or I drive....

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  13. Lol, this made me chuckle as it's just like our walk to school

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  14. Oh dear! Hope she managed to avoid slipping over x

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  15. I remember those days, very stressful! Super fun for kids though :) x

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  16. Argh, I hate the ice too, and here it tends to stay for weeks at a time! Great fun for the kids though :) #CountryKids

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  17. Teehee this made me laugh... its so true... we have to walk down hill on our route to school.... never fun when its icy... Last night I got J to get on the grass, the grass wasn't frozen... she went sliding.... mud all up her legs, bum and back.... think we will stick to the icy roads.... and walk like penguins too. :-) #countrykids

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  18. I hate ice too, totally with you on that! But yes, the children love it and my daughter also wants to break every ice puddle she see's :)

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  19. Ice and snow is a delight for the young and but a worry for us adults. A perfect way to enjoy the journey to school even if she was a little late. Thank you for sharing on Country Kids.

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  20. Oh dear - I am not a fan of the ice either - we've had a few bad days of it. Not long until Spring now! #Countrykids

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  21. I'm not a fan of the ice either, I hate the thought of falling over! Kids are so fearless though aren't they, I guess that's the best way to be Zx #countrykids

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  22. Oh yes, I know that feeling - nightmare isn't it

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  23. Haha very funny post, I remember those walks to school myself. I HATE walking on ice too and thankfully at the moment the Beans prefer to go to school in the car :)

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  24. Eek! Fun school walk but terrifying at the same time!! :D

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  25. Oh my god snow and ice kill me?? I feel like I am going to have a break down at anyone time! Thanks for linking up this week to #wickedwednesdays and I can't wait to see you again this week! x

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  26. Lol, what is it about ice that makes children want to play with it all the time? I can understand the stressful ice walk to school.
    #CountryKids

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  27. I remember using the iced-over playground at my junior school as a makeshift ice-rink. Was loadsa fun. I also remember falling on my bum on the way to secondary school, due to an iced-over wooden board, acting as a ramp. I used to wear very short skirts to school, and I'm sure someone copped a look at my bum. Oh the shame. It must be pretty icy up there in the north east. Hope you don't have any slips or falls! xx

    #CountryKids

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  28. Yes this is what we do but try to a quick shuffle lol :)

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