Our life is just so simple. We spend most of our time inside the house and if we get bored we go outside and stay in the backyard playing with chalk and dirt. If we feel like going to the playground we walked half a mile or drive to the bigger playground or park. Watch their cartoons show at NickJr, or sometimes watch movies. This is our world and we learn to get used to it. Not all the time but we play hide and seek, tag or monster play, or ring around the rosies. One time we were playing and I asked babger to take few snaps. Gosh, it came our so blurred but thanks anyway hehe. Well, as usual this game ended up with time out because the little man wanted to play more. But they like falling on top of me and i got tired so playtime is over.
It's interesting when I found out the meaning and tale significant of this Rhyme "Ring Around the Rosie" as well as how the lyrics or words evolved
---"Ring around the Rosie"--refers to a red mark, supposedly the first sign of the plague
---"A pocket full of posies"-- refers to sachets of herbs carried to ward off infection
---"Ashes, ashes" --either a reference to the cremation of plague victims or to the words said in the funeral Mass..."Ashes to ashes, dust to dust." Sometimes line three is rendered as "Atischoo, atischoo"--sneezing, another sign of infection.
---"We all fall down." -- The Plague was not selective in its victims; both rich and poor, young and old, succumbed.
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