Un défi santé pour la Saskatchewan - A health challenge for Saskatchewan

Un défi santé pour la Saskatchewan - A health challenge for Saskatchewan

dimanche 24 janvier 2010

#3: Cache-cache

Une bonne veille partie de cache-cache, c’est difficile à battre comme activité quand il fait tempête dehors. Puis avec mon dos endolori, une position accroupie - même si je suis cachée dans un bac de recyclage - ça fait étrangement du bien.

It’s hard to beat a good game of hide-and-seek when a blizzard rages on outside. Plus, with my aching back, a hunched over position – even if it means hiding in a recycling bin – feels strangely nice.

5 commentaires:

Fawn a dit...

Great pic! This blog is such a great idea. I'm sure I would find it hard to come up with 30 different physical activities, so I'm looking forward to each day's revelation.

I sure hope your back feels better soon, Gen.

Matt, Kara, Hunter and Cavan a dit...

I second Fawn- great picture!

A couple of ideas for your physical activities:
- birdwatching while walking in a park
- head to a seniors centre to join in with activities there (the elders always love to see kids!)
- dance-a-thon to your childrens favorite music

Can't wait to see all of the activities!

Notre famille en mouvement a dit...

So nice to hear from THE two most awesome-est blogger moms in the Yukon!

Kara, I love your ideas! Know of any children's music that doesn't drive one completely batty? :)

Matt, Kara, Hunter and Cavan a dit...

I recommend "Snacktime" by the Barenaked Ladies! Our favorite kids cd at the moment.

Darcie Gravel a dit...

Cool! I've heard that CD is a good one...now I'm even more curious! I saw one of the Barenaked Ladies singers make a grilled cheese sandwich on some talk show promoting the CD.