We are happy! We are healthy! We are wealthy! We feel terrific! Hip-hip-hooray! Hip-hip-hooray! Hip-hip-hooray!I laughed as the two of us yelled under the blue morning sky! And then I told her about Erin Stead's artwork in And Then It's Spring (by Julie Fogliano). I love how the dog and boy (and a few other characters) hopefully plant seeds in the brown hues of early spring and watch faithfully for signs of green growth. I love that the dog waits patiently next to a dirt pile, hoping for bones to grow. And I especially love the sign warning the bears not to stomp on the precious piles.
How did you celebrate the day?