Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Little darling is more courageous than I ...

17 comments:

Ola said...

Brave!

Evi said...

Bravo ma petite nièce! essaye d'encourager ta maman et nous pourrons faire des sorties à ski ensemble. Ou bien, finalement, les sorties à Soleure c'est peut-être quand même mieux ?

Joe said...

I've find that as I've gotten older some things I use to do just don't seem like a good idea anymore. Like this :).

Judy said...

Brave and carefree! I love the picture...It looks like you were high up. Is that clouds I see or fog? We get fog like that over the valley here.

Linda said...

Bravo to the fearless one!

Randy said...

Oh to be a kid again. They are so fearless most of the time. That's why every year after my birthday I make sure to try something new. Still have a few months to think about what's next. Got to keep life fresh.

Out on the prairie said...

Look out below!I feel so many times it was near the end of the 1st season that I even worried about stops.

Meg said...

Oh, my goodness! What a brave little kiddo! I could never do that.

I'll add your question about cleaning house to my list! ;)

texwisgirl said...

there's a lot of things I wish I would have conquered as a kid so I didn't have time to build up fear as an adult. :) love it!

Eyeliquor said...

Cool kid!
Nice shot!

Southern Lady said...

Very brave! When I ski, I go down the hill with my feet turned in still. I have this huge fear of losing control. Carla

From Beyond My Kitchen Window said...

Three cheers!! There is nothing like a child's care free go get'em attitude.

teca said...

Ahhhhhhhhhhhh... Usually children venture more than we adults. They seem not to be afraid of anything! :))

Hugs.

Pam said...

The precious one is unafraid of conquering her world.. and she cast a mighty big shadow.
You go girl!

Hugs,
Pam

Dawn said...

And much more courageous than I as well:))

But sure looks like fun:)

Allison said...

Those are thick foggy clouds over the valley, Judy. I'm not sure if they would be qualified as clouds or fog, but one thing is for sure... they're thick as pea soup!

Country Mouse Studio said...

and more courageous that me too