...when they are melted and being replaced (hopefully this week!)?
I bought some window markers and told the kids to go nuts. Also because I'm sick of seeing nothing but gnarled fence and caution tape outside my windows.
I love hers - if you look closely you can see a temple on a hill.
I drew clouds with raindrops on my craft room window. The boys made an ocean scene in the playroom (here in progress - the red head drew a rocking shark after I shot this).
I drew some generic flowers in the dining area.
And the girl and I did a space scene next to it.
Oh yeah, another lovely view - melted and falling off siding. Yay.
My favorite addition:
Because I'm sick of people thinking we don't.
Anyway, it made me happy and the kids had fun. I'm trying to think of as many things as we can to make this whole experience more positive for them. And the windows might as well go out in style! ;) Seriously, though, I'm not washing them.
Then I made a list of other things I'd love to write on our windows. The nice ones include:
Yes we had a fire, no we did not start it.
Can I come to your house and stare at you?
Nice weather we're having, huh?
What would you write on your windows so the nosy neighbors could read it?