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Tuesday, May 13, 2008


My driveway was full and more had to park along the road and in a small private road alongside my property. My little house was smiling at the seams!

Here's the new bistro set I got for the front deck. I have a pretty blue glass bowl on the table filled with agates and other pretty stones that my parents found, cut and polished. My sister Bonnie gave me the lovely bowl.

My daughter Cyndi is helping her granddaughter Madalyn with her sandals. Cyndi's ear is not black. That's her new fangeld phone that lives in her ear! What next?

Ethan and Victoria had fun with some wooden coasters. Kids find entertainment where ever they go. And I find entertainment wherever they are!

Ethan and Victoria's mommies are having a good time too.

Ethan has the cutest smile and is a very friendly baby. He is walking now but at that beginning stage where his confidence isn't quite up to par yet but it won't be long.

Victoria is a month older than Ethan and is walking quite well now. I love this picture. It looks like she is saying, "Ain't I just the cutest little thing?" And she would be right!

Even though our day started out cloudy and looked like rain, it cleared and we had some nice sunny breaks so the kids could get outside and run off some of that vinegar! Dylan and Kenny are showing me some of the little figurines they found in my Brownie Houses garden.

I love this one of Kenny with his hand in his pocket and holding his drink bottle with the other. He's walking on a path out behind my house where my family made a park like area.

This tiny bouquet was given to me by my great granddaughter Hailee. Three flowers in all, a violet, a buttercup and the blossom of Evening Primrose. I will always remember the sweet little hand that held this treasure out to me, the precious smile that showed how much she loved giving me this gift, and the hopeful gleam in her eyes as she said, "This is for you."

It didn't matter one bit that she found the flowers in my garden.



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