It begins as a chore.
The tools are gathered; a long garden hose, a soft mitt, a bucket of soapy water.
What follows is part work, part play, a bit of teaching interwoven with splashing and spraying.
As their squeals fill the summer afternoon, a clean vehicle emerges, along with two sopping wet girls who have enjoyed time with their daddy.
It’s a gift – the ability to mingle work and play. Yet the greater gift is the memory made, the moments spent together in the spray of some water and suds from a bucket.
Unwrap the gifts of the everyday at Tuesdays Unwrapped hosted by Chatting at the Sky.
Flower Patch Farmgirl says
"the ability to mingle work and play". Love it! And that last photo is perfection.
Those are great summer memories to make! 🙂
Sherry @ Lamp Unto My Feet says
Oh, what fun! 😀 Need to do this with my kiddos!! 😀