If you live or visit China, you’ll see how much time they spend outdoors 🙂
We used to live in an apartment building surrounded by 3 public parks and every morning, I’d wake up to the (sometimes, deafening!) sounds of dance music, tai chi or even Chinese opera.
If I’m lazy to take the kids out, I can take them to this indoor park, which is rather musty during rainy days and the colder months:
1.Wanna train to be Arthur Zanetti or Chen Yibing?
2. The “slide”
It’s is really fun for the kids to run up and down, up and down, up and down, up and down, up and down, up and down, up and down 😛
3. How about commando training?
4. Maybe you wanna do the Spidey crawl?
Spot my little hero down there? He’s probably on his third or fourth round around this place.
Ahh…we spent soooooo much time at the parks and playgrounds working up a good sweat.
In the afternoons, most people stay indoors out of the door but the sun’s not having any time off 🙂
My neighbour is having her thick winter quilt is sun-dried and toasted:
Happy Labor Day!