Calendar Game – December

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First, let me set the stage.

It’s 8am. Ad and I are in a hotel in Wichita, snuggled up under the blankets. It snowed last night, hard, and there is a good 5 or 6 inches on the ground. And it’s cold out there. Maybe 15 degrees, with a bitter wind blowing and ice encrusting every surface.

And what do I want to do? I want to leave our warm snuggly bed and go outside in the snow and wind and cold to get a Rope on the Run pic for my last Calendar Game of the year.

I’m so lucky my Guys indulge me.

Out of bed we climb, with nary a grumble from Ad, and out into the wintery, empty world to find a park to do some clandestine rope bondage. Nothing serious, just playful silliness. I know what I have in mind, and after driving around on un-salted, unplowed roads for about a half hour, I point it out excitedly: a park with a large, open expanse and towering pine trees.

Because, you know, December equals Christmas tree hunting!

Or at least it did when I was a kid. We didn’t get our tree from the parking lot of a local grocery store, or off the corner lot being sold by the Boy Scouts, and not even from a Christmas tree farm. Oh no, we hunted our tree, out in the wild woods, axe in hand. And drug it out through the snow and woods by hand.

But first: snow angel!

Snow Angel

Snow Angel

My Angel

Unfortunately I lost the images of me kneeling at the foot of the angel, praying with my hands tied. It was such a cute Rope on the Run! Oh well, we managed a couple others that I did survive the migration to a new phone:

Let's take this one!

Let’s take this one!

Ad liked this tree better.

Ad liked this tree better.

Tree Branches

And that, my friends, concludes this year’s Rope on the Run Calendar Game! It was a whole lot of fun, just like the Alphabet Challenge.  Which, now that I mention it, I still have a couple letters left to post on! (I’ll get right on that.)

Oh, and we’re working hard on a new theme for this year – we’ll debut it soon!

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