Where Have I Been?










Parks, public library, sewing projects,
making lunches, reading Mrs. Piggle -Wiggle*, playing Bible Baseball
and Uncle Wiggly, backyard fun...
...and today, I'm resting.

*By the way, have I mentioned Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle before?
There is a series of books about her - a woman with "magic" cures
for all kinds of child behavioral problems.
My elementary teachers read them to me over 50 years ago!
Our grandchildren LOVE to hear the stories,
and I LOVE to read them!

10 comments:

  1. Oh, you have been in a good place...making sweet memories with grandchildren. (And I soooo understand your need for some rest.) :)

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    1. Thank you for understanding, Cheryl.

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  2. What fun and exhausting times you are having!

    I had my 2 year old granddaughter at the park last evening...wow! Busy, busy....I am so not used to having to watch a little one! It was fun though. She loved it!

    Deanna

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    1. You're right--it IS fun. Just exhausting :)

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  3. I am always so envious (in a nice way!) of those sharing the joys of life with their precious grandkids. I long for my own but son and DIL tell me that don't want to start a family for a few years! Oh well. Enjoyed these sweet pictures.

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  4. What fun times. Except for the last picture. I didn't enjoy going in tight little circles when I was young.....even less now! I'm more for the *make a tent* day!

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  5. I can think of nothing more I would love to do then all the things is see in your photo's. A little more energy would be nice for us grandma's.LOL The tent and sewing projects are adorable.

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  6. Hi Rebecca,
    Looks like you are having a great time with those grandies............and they
    sure look happy. Am sure they are loving the time with yall, and so glad you are getting to spend time with them.

    Blessings to ya hon,
    Nellie

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Writing a Song a Week #3

Writing a Song a Week #3
♪ I wait for the Lord; my soul waits and in his word I hope. My soul waits for the Lord more than watchmen for the morning ♪ (Psalm 130:5-6)