Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Did you know that it is International Mud Day?
I hope you are out playing in the mud!!!!

We are on vacation. So, I have scheduled this post for you.

As far as I am concerned, MUD DAY needs to be every day!

Here are a few of our previous posts that have to do with mud:

We play in the mud pretty much any chance we get!

How are you celebrating today?

Being that our childcare is closed and we are on vacation, I am hoping to celebrate MUD DAY either on the shore of Lake Ontario or Lake Erie (depending on where we are on our road trip!).

Thank you to Jaime over at Hands On As We Grow for setting up this wonderful blog hop! 
If you have been playing in the mud, join in:


RainbowsWithinReach said...

Holy COW!! Batman. This is the summer when I learn how to get my blog out into the wider world of cyber-connected educators.

Step one. Attempt to learn something about stats of visitors. Imagine my complete surprise & utter amazement to learn that the most visitors in the past month have come directly from your blog!

Then imagine my delight at arriving here to find my blog listed in your blog roll!!! And I don't even know how to create a blog-roll. Ye gads I have so much to learn.

Consider yourself hugged and appreciated!!!

Juliet Robertson said...

Thanks so much for doing this Amy - on the road and still thinking of mud. Enjoy your holiday!

Jill @ A Mom With A Lesson Plan said...


Jeanne Zuech said...

Love all the mud ideas! So beautiful in each of their own dirty way of exploration :) Thanks for the blog hop!


Glad to now know why we HAVE SO MUCH MUD at our place at the moment!!!!! But being winter in this part of the world and having had A LOT of rain it is acceptable. I do feel sorry though for our poor cows with permanent mud knee-hi s.
Thank you Amy for keeping us educated.

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