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Wednesday, October 22, 2008

A Fun Afternoon















































































The grandchildren had early dismissal at school today, so I picked them all up and then we went to visit my granny (I forgot my camera, imagine that?). Granny wanted me to help her roll a quilt to get it ready for the machine. I had never done or saw that done before, so I was glad to help her. It may be the old fashion way, but now I know how. Then we came on home and the kids helped me pick the green tomatoes, the rest of the peas and green peppers out of the garden before the frost hits. They really helped me, even though they just thought it was fun. Then my "sweet honey" came home with some new "toys" that he had found. Just what we need.....another four wheeler and a motorcycle. The kids were so excited! My "Sweet daughter", Maranda came home and got to try out the motorcycle, along with her grandmother ("My Sweet MIL"). We had a fun afternoon with all of them.

9 comments:

Connie W said...

Looks like a good time was enjoyed by all. Cute photos.

StitchinByTheLake said...

I wish I could have been there to see how you rolled that quilt! blessings, marlene

G'G'ma said...

It's always good to have help in the garden...especially when it is with grandchildren! Has your grandmother ever seen a rotary cutter and matt and all the fancy rulers we can buy today? I'd love to hear what her comments might be about our new fangled equipment.

Stop over...I've got a drawing for my 100th blog.

Donna said...

That's what I'm talkin' about! Love two-wheeling and four-wheeling!

Darla said...

Isn't it nice to have helpers in the garden? Those are serious toys there. Looks like a fun day!

Lori said...

Great toys! Whatta guy!

Alice Grace said...

I love the garden, the grandchildren, the four wheeler.......hmmmm I must have left something out!
Love
MOM

Karen Dianne Lee said...

What a great day. Look at that haul from the garden and that haul of the back of the wheeler, too! You hottie, you!!! :)

KrisinTN said...

What is rolling a quilt?