Summer. Hot temperatures. Little rain. Humidity climbing up the ladder of mugginess.
Add covid-19 restrictions to that. No amusement parks. No summer baseball games. No fun at a playground. No public swimming pools.
No fun outings. No trips to a children’s museum. No trips to the zoo. No carnivals or county fairs. No festivals.
No trips to the library. No cooling off at the movie theater.
No Vacation Bible School at church.
Only drive-through trips to get an ice cream cone which you must eat in the car.
What’s a child to do on a hot, steamy day at Nana and Papa’s house when summer fun is restricted?
Make your own fun by engaging in a water blaster fight with Papa. And hope it helps water the dry, crunchy grass.
She makes us determined to make her childhood enjoyable no matter what!
“Summer will end soon enough, and childhood as well.” ~ George R.R. Martin