December 16, 2010
icerinklit

grant made an ice rink.
he loves it.
more on this later.

14 comments:

Sharon said...

That is awesome! I would really love that!

Kirsten said...

That is way cool!

ashley maureen said...

so so fun! can't wait to see the details :)

Christina said...

amazing!

Cherish Stockdale said...

Oh my!! that is soo awesome. How fun! I love the lights around it too! How romantic ice skating alone in your own backyard! :)

christine said...

oh my goodness-really?! that is the coolest thing ever! can i come over? :)

{natalie} said...

that is so cool. really. and i love the drapey christmas lights too.

Niki said...

Awesome

Kaitlyn Luce said...

this.is.amazing.

Misplaced Country Girl said...

I want to be your neighbor! This looks like so much fun!

Katie said...

it looks magical with the lights strung around :) do you love it?

marta said...

oh my goodness. i am speechless. leave it to you two to make such an idea into polished perfection. this looks seriously professional. are kids coming over for lessons?! i wish i could. i love the clean cut border and the swags of lights. what a dreamy winter tradition. more pics please.

Carolyn said...

this is most excellent! my neighbors growing up always did this with their front yard and invited all the kids over... you guys must be quite popular now :)

Anne said...

my husband seriously had 'a flat area suitable for an ice rink' on the top of the list of what he was looking for when we bought our house!

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